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Advantages of
computer instructions 168
microteaching 124
Aims of education 36, 37
Approaches to counseling 190
Areas of guidance and counseling 188
Assessment of
knowledge 173
skills 176
Attributes and skills of counselor 190
Audio aids 146, 169
Audio-visual aids 148
Barriers of
communication 6
interpersonal relations 27
Behavior of groups 17
Bulletin board 156
Cartoons 158
Chalkboard or blackboard 149
Changes in behavior 205
Channels of communication 5
Characteristic of
a good counselor 192
effective team 23
good lesson plan 71
microteaching 124
unit plan 78
Classroom management 80
Communication process 1, 4
Computer assisted instruction/ learning 117
Computers 168
Conducting a seminar 94
Conference 142
Content of course plan 76
Counseling 185
process 193
Course planning 74
counseling 202
home visits 202
intervention model 203
management 202
Criteria for
good report 139
pamphlet or leaflet 161
selection and statements of objective 68
selection of assessment technique 172
Cultural bonds 39
Definition of
computer 117
education 36
idealism 45
self-concept 9
learning 57
philosophy 40
Demonstration 87
Differential scale 182
Disadvantages of
microteaching 125
Distinguishing features of social attitudes 15
Early childhood (2 to 6 years) 12
Eclectic counseling 190
Eclecticism 55
media 145
uses of tape recorder 169
value of instructional television 165
Elements of
a specific educational objectives 68
communication 4
course planning 75
good lesson plan 71
Essential qualities of
group 20
model 159
Essentials of good lesson plan 71
Exhibition 114
Existentialism 50
Field trip and nursing
education 111
Field trip/field visit 108
Filmstrips 164
Flannel graph 156
Flashcards 154
Folk media 5
Formal and informal communication 3
Format of lesson plan 73
Formation of
group 20
attitudes 15
Functions of education 40
in human life 40
in national life 41
Functions/responsibilities of counselor 192
General aims of education 36
General principles of teaching 61
bar 153
column 153
curve 153
line 153
pie 153
surface 153
Graphs 153
discussion 90
dynamics 19
and thinking process 16
Guidance and counseling 184
Guidelines to prepare
flashcards 155
behavior 205
education 206
communities 210
groups 210
individual 210
bonds 39
museums and exhibition 214
relations 9
in context of nursing 17
in organization 9
Humanism 53
Idealism 45
aims of education 46
curriculum 46
discipline 47
methods of teaching 47
in education 45
Individual and group 15
Infant social relations 11
Influence of the group on the individual behavior 17
Information, education and communication for
health 205
Instructional uses of
computer 118
Instructions for the teacher to use flashcards 155
International seminar 94
Internet 168
communication 5
relations 25
Johari window 30
Lack of
autonomy 28
communication 27
health role models 27
positive reinforcement 27
Law of
effect 61
exercise 61
readiness 61
learning 61
LCD panels 167
Leaflets 161
Lecture method 84, 211
Ll thurstone scale 182
Logical bonds 39
Main seminar 94
Management of crisis and
referral 201
Mass media 5
Maxims of teaching 62
Meaning of
education 35
philosophy 39
pragmatism 49
realism 48
Media systems 5
Members involved in
symposium 97
Method of
overcoming this barriers 28
media for communicating health message 211
overcoming barriers of communication 6
teaching 84
Microscope 167
Microteaching 121
flow chart 122
Miniseminar 94
Mistrust 27
Modern contemporary philosphies of education 50
Morning and evening
reports 138
National seminar 94
Natural bonds 39
Naturalism and
curriculum 44
discipline 44
methods of teaching 44
biological 43
mechanical 43
physical 43
Nature and characteristics of learning 57, 58
purpose of communication 3
of guidance and counseling 186
Nontesting tools 197
Non-verbal communication 3
client helping relationship 17
management rounds 137
community relationship 18
family relationships 18
health team relationships 18
grounds 132
One-way communication 2
for field trips 110
of counseling services 189
Origin of panel discussion/ meaning 99
Overhead projector 162
Pamphlets and leaflets 161
Panel discussion 98
Patient comfort rounds 137
Personal body image 10
Phases of
crisis 202
interpersonal relations 26
microteaching 123
Philosophy of education 38, 56
Physical self-image 10
Posters 154
Pragmatism and methods of teaching 50
Pragmatism in education 49
Preparation/technique of using the cartoon 159
Prerequisites for good lesson planning 72
Principles in use of bulletin
board 157
Principles of
audio-visual aids 148
course planning 76
guidance and counseling 187
learning 59
naturalism 43
realism 48
Printed aids/media 161
Procedures adopted in microteaching 124
Process of organizing learning experience 77
Process recording 144
Programmed instruction/ learning 119
Progressivism 52
Project method 104
Projected aids 162
Psychological self-image 10
Psychomotor domain 176
Puppet 160
Purposes of
course planning 74
field trip 109
interpersonal relations 25
organizing counseling
services 189
process record 144
Purposes/scope of guidance and counseling 186
Qualification of counselor 191
Qualities/characteristics of specific educational 67
Realism 48
and aims of education 48
and curriculum 48
Reconstructionalism 54
between philosophy and education 56
intimate 26
social 26
therapeutic 26
Report of
charge nurse to physician 141
clinical instructor 141
Review of communication process 1
Role of teacher and student in clinical demonstrate 89
Roles in
workshop technique 113
using chalkboard/
blackboard 150
Rules to prepare poster 154
Scope of evaluation and assessment 171
Seminar 93
Simulation 127
attitudes 14
behavior 10
bonds 39
development among
children 11
drives 13
motivation 12
Sources of
audio-visual aids 149
cartoons 158
Stages of
awareness 206
decision-making 206
interest 206
crisis intervention
technique 203
group development 20
self-assessment 206
self-evaluation 206
trial to practice 206
Steps in
counseling 195
microteaching 121
formation of educational objectives 69
Steps of lesson plan 72, 73
Structure of course plan 75
Suggestions for organizing
panel 101
Summated scale 183
Symposium 96
Tape recorder 169
Teacher's role in course
planning 77
Team work 22
Techniques of
communication 7
counseling 195
lecture 86
Telecommunication and
internet 3
Three-dimensional aids 159
Traditional philosophies of education 42
Two-way communication 2
Types of
graphs 153
group 21
interpersonal relationship 26
nursing rounds 137
psychological test 196
classification of audio-visual aids 146
methods/forms of communication 2
Understanding of self-concept 10
plan format 80
planning 78
Use of
bulletin board in nursing education 158
chalkboard 149
bulletin board 157
cartoons 158
flannel graph 156
flashcards 155
Verbal communication 2
cassette recorder 166
tape recorder 166
aids 147
communication 3
Ways of conducting nursing rounds 138
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1The Short Textbook of NURSING EDUCATION
2The Short Textbook of NURSING EDUCATION
Veerabhadrappa GM MSc (N) Principal Vijaysinh Mohite-Patil College of Nursing and Medical Research Institute, Akluj Solapur, Maharashtra, India
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4Dedicated to
My Parents Shri Gurupadappa GM and Smt Annapurana Mendagudli (Bijapur)
It gives me immense pleasure to present the The Short Textbook of Nursing Education to the nursing students, educators and nursing practitioners.
As there is rapid change in the trends of nursing profession, where nursing education plays a very important role, which helps the nursing students to learn the principles, methods of communication and teaching which are important skills to be acquired to develop and to maintain interpersonal relationship to do nursing care effectively in teaching and clinical settings.
In the book topics covered are as per the Indian Nursing Council (INC) prescribed syllabus. The detailed information about each topic is lucidly presented in an organized and systematic way with simple language.
The nursing educators can make best use of the textbook to teach and prepare their students for examination.
The feedbacks and suggestions are invited from readers. Positive criticism and advice which will help in the betterment of the book are also welcome.
I hope this book will enrich reader with great knowledge and meet all the requirements of nursing profession.
Veerabhadrappa GM
I am thankful to Lord Almighty who always strengthens me and showers blessings on me to complete my task in time.
It is my honor to thank my loving parents Shri Gurupadappa GM and Smt Annapurana Mendagudli who always stand by me and who instill confidence, courage and motivation through their unconditional love.
My heartfelt thanks to Dr Jeyaseelan Mackam Devadason, Principal, Dean at Annai JKK College of Nursing and Professor H Halesh (PhD) and Mrs Suchitra A Rati, Professor, BM Patil College of Nursing, Bijapur, Karnataka, India for their support and encouragement.
My sincere thanks to Shri Vijaysinh Mohite Patil, Ex-Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra, for his constant support and encouragement.
I am greatful to my loving brother Mr Mallikarjun and Mrs Vijay Lakshmi K, Vice Principal of BGS College of Nursing, Mysore, Karnataka, India for their support and encouragement.
It gives me immense pleasure to acknowledge sincere thanks to Mr Anand Heralgi, MSc (N); Shankar Reddy, MSc (N); Kumar TS, MSc (N); Jinni Jeorge, MSc (N) and Saraswathi PC, MSc (N); for their cooperation in gathering materials from different sources.
I convey my sincere thanks to my teachers, guide, and students for their guide and support to achieve this level and all persons who helped me in preparing this book.
My sincere thanks to Shatrughan B Tupe, Sales Representative and staff of Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd, New Delhi, India for giving me an opportunity to publish this book.