Full course description
Get better outcomes by engaging patients and their support system
As a new graduate nurse, you want to help your patients become partners who are fully invested in their own care. This requires an understanding of how to reach across cultures, build health literacy and turn family systems into active partnerships.
Transition to Practice (TTP) Course 2: Patient- and Family-centered Care will help you develop these skills early in your practice of nursing. Targeted health literacy exercises will help you apply what you learn immediately in real-life situations, helping foster positive outcomes and prevent errors. This course may also be used as an adjunct to a nursing education program
Designed for busy new graduate nurses
As part of the TTP series, this highly interactive course is based on the findings of the 2011-2013 TTP extensive research study.
After completing this course, you’ll be able to:
- Describe patient- and family-centered care
- Assess and address health literacy
- Discuss techniques that protect patients and minimize errors
- Explain how a nurse provides patient- and family-centered care
Course Dates: Self-paced
Cost: $3.0 | Free for Members