If You Have Taught - Have the Child and Family Learned?

Ahmann, Elizabeth; Woodring, Barbara C.
September 2000
Pediatric Nursing;Sep/Oct2000, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p505
Academic Journal
Addresses issues that nurses must consider in order to effectively educate the child and family. Methods in determining learning styles; How to determine readiness to learn; How to assure appropriateness of educational materials.


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