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A comprehensive system to enhance the staff role in patient education

, : A comprehensive system to enhance the staff role in patient education. Journal of Nursing Staff Development 5(6): 261-264

This article describes the development and implementation of a comprehensive system to support the staff nurse's role in patient education. An overview of the content and process of a two-part workshop is presented. The system used for documenting, disseminating, filing, and revising patient education programs is discussed. The ways this system have enhanced patient education and staff satisfaction are described. This system can be used to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of patient education in any health-care setting.


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