operationalizing active learning and self-care education
Lawrence W. Green
lgreen at unixg.ubc.ca
Sat Sep 20 17:10:27 PDT 1997
Cezanne Garcia's request for articles and books on patient education that
could be used in an active mode of learning was the stimulus I needed to
cull a list of the following applications of the Precede Model for health
education planning, in case you are having students develop a patient
education or self-care program using this or a similar planning model and
they need to see examples:
Allegrante, John P. (Cornell Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases Center,
The Hospital for Special Surgery, 535 E. 70th St., New York, NY 10021),
Pamela T. Kovar, C. Ronald MacKenzie, Margaret G.E. Peterson, & Bernard
Gutin (1993). A walking education program for patients with osteoarthritis
of the knee: theory and intervention strategies. Health Education Quarterly
20(1):63-81. See Kovar et al., 1992, for results of the trial.
Bailey, WC, JM Richards, BA Manzella, RA Windsor, CM Brooks, SJ Soong
(1987). Promoting self-management in adults with asthma--an overview of the
UAB program. Health Education Quarterly 14:345-55.
Barnhoorn, Florie (Nieuwe Leliestraat 101, 1015 SL Amsterdam, The
Netherlands) & Hans Adriaanse (1992). In search of factors responsible for
noncompliance among tuberculosis patients in Wardha District, India. Social
Science & Medicine
Bartholomew, L. Kay (Office of Educ Resources, MC 4-3250, Texas Children's
Hospital,6621 Fannin, Houston, TX 77030), DK Seilheimer, GS Parcel, SH
Spinelli, AJ Pumariega (1988). Planning patient education for cystic
fibrosis: application of a diagnostic framework. Patient Education and
Counseling 13:57-68. This project received the Award of Program Excellence
from the Society for Public Health Education, 1994. See also Parcel et al.,
Bartholomew L Kay, Gaye Koenning, Lynnda Dahlquist, Karyl Barron (1994). An
educational needs assessment of children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.
Arthritis Care and Research 7(3):136-143. This project received the Award
of Program Excellence from the Society for Public Health Education, 1994.
See also Parcel et al., 1994.
Berland, Alex (Vancouver Hospital and Health Sciences Centre, 855 West 12th
Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1M9), NB Whyte, L. Maxwell (1995). Hospital
nurses and health promotion. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research 27(4): 13-31.
Borgers, Resi (Dept. Health Education, University of Limburg, POB 616, 6200
MD Maastricht, Netherlands), PD Mullen, R Meertens, M Rijken, et al (1993).
The information-seeking behavior of cancer outpatients: a description of the
situation. Patient Education and Counseling 22(1):35-46.
Boulet, Louis-Philippe (Centre de Pneumologie, Hopital Laval, Universite
Laval, Sainte-Foy, Quebec), Kenneth R. Chapman, Lawrence W. Green, & J. Mark
Fitzgerald (1994). Asthma education. Chest 106(4, Suppl.): 184S-196S.
Bowler, Michael H, DE Morisky (1983). Small group strategy for improving
compliance behavior and blood pressure control. Health Education Quarterly
Bowler, MH, DE Morisky, and SG Deeds (Johns Hopkins Univ.) (1980). Needs
assessment strategies in working with compliance issues and blood pressure
control. Patient Counselling and Health Education 2:22-27.
Bruce, Sandra (United States Air Force, 383d Medical Training Squadron/NTOE,
939 Missile Rd, Suite 3, Sheppard Air Force Base, TX, 76311-2262), and SK
Grove (1994). The effect of a coronary artery risk evaluation program on
serum lipid values and cardiovascular risk levels. Applied Nursing Research
Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses (160 George St., Suite 200,
Ottawa, ON K1N 9M2) (1993). Standards for Cardiovascular Health Education.
Ottawa: Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.
Cantor, Joel C. (Dept Health Policy & Management, School Hyg & Public
Health, Johns Hopkins Univ, 615 N.Wolfe St., Baltimore, MD 21205), DE
Morisky, LW Green, et al. (1985). Cost-effectiveness of educational
interventions to improve patient outcomes in blood pressure control.
Preventive Medicine 14: 782-800.
Chwalow, Arin Judith, LW Green, DM Levine, SG Deeds (1978). Effects of the
multiplicity of interventions on the compliance of hypertensive patients
with medical regimens in an inner-city population. Preventive Medicine 7: 51.
Cohen, H., C. Harris, and LW Green (1979). Cost-benefit analysis of asthma
self-management educational programs in children. Journal of Allergy and
Clinical Immunology 64: 155-6.
Cooke, Bryan EM (Dept of Community Health and Nutrition, University of
Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO) (1995). Health promotion, health
protection, and preventive services. Primary Care 22(4): 555-564.
Costanza, Mary E. (MD, Dept Med, Univ Mass Med Center, 55 Lake Ave N,
Worcester, MA 01655) (1992). Physician compliance with mammography
guidelines: barriers and enhancers. J Am Board Fam Pract 5(2):x1-x10, Mar-Apr.
Cramer, Joyce A. (Health Services Research - 116A, VA Medical Center, 950
Campbell Ave., West Haven, CT 06516) (1994). Quality of life and compliance.
In M.R. Trimble and W.E. Dodson (eds.), Epilepsy and Quality of Life. New
York: Raven Press, Chap. 4, pp. 49-63.
Cretain GK (1989). Motivational factors in breast self-examination:
implications for nurses. Cancer Nursing 12(4):250-256, Aug.
Daniel, Mark and LW Green (1995). Application of the Precede-Proceed model
in prevention and control of diabetes: A case illustration from an
aboriginal community. Diabetes Spectrum 8(2):80-123, Mar/April.
Eastaugh, Steven R. (Grad. Sch. Business & Public Admin., Cornell Univ.) and
Myron E. Hatcher (1982). Improving compliance among hypertensives: a triage
criterion with cost-benefit implications. Medical Care 20(10):1001-17.
Based on dissertation of Myron Hatcher at Johns Hopkins.
Fass, Marion Field, LW Green, DM Levine (1977). The effects of family
education on adherence to anti-hypertensive regimens. Prev. Med. 6(3).
Fedder, Donald O. (Univ. Maryland) (1982). Managing medication and
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Fedder, D. and R. Beardsley (1979). Preparing pharmacy patient educators.
American Journal of Pharmacy Education 43(2): 127-9.
Fireman, P., GA Friday, C. Gira, WA Vierthaler, L. Michaels (1981). Teaching
self-management skills to asthmatic children and their parents in an
ambulatory care setting. Pediatrics 68:341-8.
Flynn, BS, LW Green and DM Levine (1982). The effects of communication of
specific information about blood pressure readings on adherence to
medication regimen. Prev. Med. 11(3).
Furst, Gloria P. (Dept. Rehabil.Med., NIH, Bldg. 10, Rm 6S235, Bethesda MD
20892), LH Gerber, CC Smith, S Fisher, B Shulman (1987). A program for
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Energy Conservation and Joint Protection--A Workbook for Persons with
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German, Pearl S. and A.J. Chwalow (Johns Hopkins) (1978). Conflicts in
ethical problems of patient education--strategies for hypertension control
explore contractual approach. International Journal of Health Education
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Goeppinger, Jean (Univ. Minnesota School of Public Health), and Kate Lorig
(Stanford Univ. Arthritis Center) (1992). What do we know about what works:
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Green, LW (1973). Planning for patient educators: Considerations and
implications. Proceedings of the Maryland Conference on Patient
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Green, LW (1974). Toward cost-benefit evaluations of health education: some
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Green, LW (1975). Evaluation of patient education programs: Criteria and
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the Continuing Education Institute, Southern Illinois University.
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Green, LW (1984). A triage and stepped approach to self-care education.
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Green, LW (1987). How physicians can improve patients' participation and
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Green, LW, CJ Frankish (IHPR) (1994). Theories and principles of health
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Green, LW, DM Levine and SG Deeds (1975). Clinical trials of health
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Medicine 4: 417-25.
Green, LW, DM Levine and SG Deeds (1977). Health education and control of
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Green, LW, DM Levine, J. Wolle and SG Deeds (1979). Development of
randomized patient education experiments with urban poor hypertensives.
Patient Counseling and Health Education 1: 106-11.
Green, LW, FM Lewis and DM Levine (1980). Balancing statistical data and
clinician judgments in the diagnosis of patient educational needs. Journal
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Green, LW and D Simons-Morton (1988). Denial, delay and disappointment:
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demonstration issues in self-care: measuring the decline of medicocentrism.
Health Education Monographs 5: 161-89; also in The SOPHE Heritage Collection
of Health Education Monographs, vol. 3, J. G. Zapka, ed. (Oakland: Third
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Prog., Ecole de Rédaptation, Faculté de médecine, Université de Montréal,
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Federal Office of Public Health, 3097 Liebefeld 3097 Switzerland.
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Nursing, University of Wisconsin, 600 Highland Avenue, K6/380, Madison, WI
53792-2455) (1996). Factors influencing registered nurses teaching breast
self-examination to female clients. Cancer Nursing 19(3): 197-203.
Hatcher, M., LW Green and DM Levine (1979). Optimal health education
treatment selection for blood pressure control based on patient
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Hatcher, Myron E., LW Green, DM Levine and CE Flagle (1986). Validation of
a decision model for triaging hypertensive patients to alternate health
education interventions. Social Science and Medicine 22: 813-19.
Hiddink, Gerrit J. (Dutch Dairy Foundation on Nutrition & Health, Zonnenbaan
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At 05:40 AM 9/18/97 -0700, Cezanne Garcia wrote:
>Searching for suggestions of good books, articles and resources to help
>rejuvenate patient education classes, embracing the spirit of the active
>learning credo.. Has anyone come across any good articles, have sound
>advice of good tools that a team of educators could use to frame their
>restructuring of their classes?
>Cezanne Garcia, MPH, CHES Room CC504
>Manager Mail Box: 356052
>Patient and Family Education Services Fax: (206) 548-6576
>UW Medical Center (206) 548-8424
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