Orientation covers teaching/learning process

December 2011
Patient Education Management;12/1/2011, p136
Academic Journal
The article talks about the two-hour nursing orientation conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, which focuses on the teaching and learning process, and the steps to effective patient education which include assessment, intervention and evaluation.


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