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Effects of Nurse Education on both Patients’ Satisfaction of Teaching Patients, and Nurses’ Knowledge, Attitude and Performance in Intensive Care Units of Teaching Hospitals
Roqaye Mehdi-pur Raberi , Nahid Jamshidi, Azam Soltani Nejad, Sakine Sabzevari
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Background:Patient education is one of the pillars of basic nursing duties. Education improves the ability for self-care in patient and, as a result, it decreases the use of the prescribed drug by 5% it also reduces the re-admission of the patient to the hospital by 42%. The purpose of this survey is to study the impact of educating nurses on patients’ satisfaction of teaching patients   and also the effect of education on knowledge, attitude and performance of nurses.

 

Methods:This is a quasi-experimental study, 140 patients were divided into two groups, before and after training, satisfaction questionnaires were completed, the questionnaire included demographic information and 15 questions on patient satisfaction. 60 nurses were selected and were trained for a month about the importance of patient education. Nurses completed the questionnaires on patient education of knowledge, attitude and performancebefore and after the training. The questionnaire also contained questions about demographic information, Knowledge, attitude and performance about teaching to the patients. Data were analyzed using SPSS software.

 

Results:There was a significant difference between the average score of patients’ satisfaction of training before and after theintervention.There was also a statistically significant difference in average score between nurses’ knowledge and performance before and after the intervention.

 

Conclusion:this study showed that training nurses about patient education can increase patient’s satisfaction. It also increases the knowledge and improves the nurses’ performance.

Discussion: Considering the importance of patient education and its role in improving the disease, training programs for nurses is recommended.

Key words:Education, Satisfaction, Nurse, Patient

 

 

Keywords: Education, Satisfaction, Nurse, Patient
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Type of Study: article | Subject: nursing
Received: 2014/05/23 | Accepted: 2014/05/23 | Published: 2014/05/23
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Mehdi-pur Raberi R, Jamshidi N, Soltani Nejad A, Sabzevari S. Effects of Nurse Education on both Patients’ Satisfaction of Teaching Patients, and Nurses’ Knowledge, Attitude and Performance in Intensive Care Units of Teaching Hospitals . JHC. 2011; 13 (1)
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