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THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS AND THE DEGREE OF INTENTIONAL LEARNING IN HEALTH CARE

Sylva Bártlová
Radka Šulistová ; Medicinski fakultet, Südböhmische Universität in České Budějovice, Češka


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str. 232-242

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This study deals with the effectiveness of the education processes with a focus on the degree of intentionality of teaching regarding hospitalized patients in the hospitals of the Czech Republic. The results were achieved in 2013 by the sociological investigation under the guise of improving the safety of patient care. One of the phenomena which was investigated in the context of this study, was the patients’ point of view with respect to the effectiveness of the education by the nurses. The research sample included 514 patients from an existing group, and these patients were hospitalized in the inpatient wards of hospitals in the Czech Republic for a period of at least three days. This investigation was evaluated, which shared the transmission of information on the effectiveness of the education processes and how this sharing is directly related to the degree of the intended teaching, which, as amended by the nurses in the role of the educator, achieved the represented education. In the first part of the article, the upbringing and education of the patients treated in health care, followed by the presentation of applied research designs and study results that how it relates to the issue of education in health care. The final part of the paper focused on the analysis of the results in relationship to the degree of the intended teaching in education process.

Ključne riječi

health care education, intentionality of teaching, patient care, education processes effectiveness, education of patients

Hrčak ID:

133659

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/133659

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