RDNs have to present a great deal of information to clients, often in a short amount of time. Not only must they provide the information, they need to ensure that the patient understands it and can act on it.
This handbook shows the RDN how to present information that will stick, even when time is short. Written by a health literacy expert, it not only provides the "how-tos" of teaching to enhance comprehension with clients, it provides succinct and handy examples from the situations RDNs most commonly see. Readers will be able to immediately incorporate some of the techniques and exercises with their patients.
While it is based on current learning theory, the focus of the book is applying that theory into practice. Loaded with ideas for hands-on activities and lessons, this book can be used by readers "as-is" or modified for a particular situation. Sample pages include the Table of Contents, sample chapter and more.
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