Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program Administration and Patient Education Manual

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This unique manual provides a total approach to implementing and administering a pulmonary rehabilitation program, complete with administration forms, lesson plans, and reproducible patient educational materials. The program management section of the manual covers the ABC's of team charting, from assessment to discharge, team conference forms, reimbursement information, and continuous quality improvement. In addition, the manual contains two sets of lesson plans. The first are for the exercises and consist of ...
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RING-BOUND Good 0834207540 Good++; Hardcover, Spiral Binding; 1996, Aspen Publishing; Large, 3-Ring binding with multiple tabbed sections; Former library book in otherwise ... excellent condition with minimal library markings; Very light wear to covers; Pages clean & unmarked; Purple covers with title in white lettering; 450 pages; "Pulmonary Rehabilitation Administration and Patient Education Manual (3-Ring Binder), " by Kathleen V., Ph.D. Morris & John E., M.D. Hodgkin. Read more Show Less

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Overview

This unique manual provides a total approach to implementing and administering a pulmonary rehabilitation program, complete with administration forms, lesson plans, and reproducible patient educational materials. The program management section of the manual covers the ABC's of team charting, from assessment to discharge, team conference forms, reimbursement information, and continuous quality improvement. In addition, the manual contains two sets of lesson plans. The first are for the exercises and consist of objectives, materials needed, key points, and feedback criteria. The second set are for the educational sessions and are keyed to the patient education materials.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: David H. Eubanks, EdD, RRT (American College of Chest Physicians)
Description: This is a comprehensive bridge text to help individuals integrate previous sources on pulmonary rehabilitation into a successful program. This book is unique because each of its four parts serves as a guide to help the program coordinator and team members to implement each phase of a rehabilitation program.
Purpose: The overall purpose is to provide a resource for instruction in how to implement a successful pulmonary rehabilitation program. Even though the materials are excellent, the book can only achieve its stated objectives after it has been used to develop and implement a program.
Audience: This book is directed at medical students, nurses, respiratory therapists, physical therapists, social workers, discharge planners, occupational therapists, psychologists, HMO administrators, dietitians, and other allied health personnel.
Features: Features include the looseleaf format, which is flexible and can be easily used by program planners, caregivers, and patients. Even though it is not stated by the author, this looseleaf format would be very conducive to updating materials in the future. Other features include useful charts, tables, and forms that are practical and applicable to utilization by rehabilitation personnel.
Assessment: This book is a practical manual for the development and implementation of a pulmonary rehabilitation program. It includes necessary forms for providers as well as the mechanisms of pulmonary disease and rehabilitation. The book is well organized and contains specific instructions on "how to" for the patient as well as the professional. It is a well written text that is highly recommended for care providers, hospital libraries, and academic medical centers.
David H. Eubanks
This is a comprehensive bridge text to help individuals integrate previous sources on pulmonary rehabilitation into a successful program. This book is unique because each of its four parts serves as a guide to help the program coordinator and team members to implement each phase of a rehabilitation program. The overall purpose is to provide a resource for instruction in how to implement a successful pulmonary rehabilitation program. Even though the materials are excellent, the book can only achieve its stated objectives after it has been used to develop and implement a program. This book is directed at medical students, nurses, respiratory therapists, physical therapists, social workers, discharge planners, occupational therapists, psychologists, HMO administrators, dietitians, and other allied health personnel. Features include the looseleaf format, which is flexible and can be easily used by program planners, caregivers, and patients. Even though it is not stated by the author, this looseleaf format would be very conducive to updating materials in the future. Other features include useful charts, tables, and forms that are practical and applicable to utilization by rehabilitation personnel. This book is a practical manual for the development and implementation of a pulmonary rehabilitation program. It includes necessary forms for providers as well as the mechanisms of pulmonary disease and rehabilitation. The book is well organized and contains specific instructions on "how to" for the patient as well as the professional. It is a well written text that is highly recommended for care providers, hospital libraries, and academic medical centers.
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Shows therapists and administrators how to implement a successful pulmonary rehabilitation program. Begins with delineation of departmental goals and objectives, and proceeds to a presentation of forms for patient self-report, patient assessment, charting, patient home recommendations, and billing. The handbook section contains reproducible sheets for a thorough patient education program, and the final section contains lesson plans. Presented in a looseleaf three- ring binder. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780834207547
  • Publisher: PRO-ED, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 10.04 (w) x 11.54 (h) x 1.89 (d)

Table of Contents

Staff Instructions
Acknowledgments
Pt. 1 Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program
Sect. 1 Format and Content
Sect. 2 Departmental Goals and Objectives
Pt. 2 Forms
Sect. 1 Patient Self-Report
Sect. 2 Patient Assessment
Sect. 3 Charting
Sect. 4 Patient Home Recommendations
Sect. 5 Program Process/Medicare Billing
Pt. 3 Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program Patient Handbook
Sect. 1 Whole Person Wellness: Taking Responsibility for Your Own Health
Sect. 2 Progressing from Patient to Active Participant: Starting the Process
Sect. 3 Assessing Your Current Health Status
Sect. 4 Anatomy and Physiology of the Respiratory System
Sect. 5 Chronic Disorders of the Respiratory System
Sect. 6 Medications and Equipment for Preventive Self-Care at Home
Sect. 7 Physical Fitness: A Sure Step Toward Whole Person Wellness
Sect. 8 Chest Physical Therapy: Keeping Your Airways Clear
Sect. 9 Relaxation and Stress Management
Sect. 10 Nutrition: Let's Eat Right To Keep Fit
Sect. 11 Prevention: The Key to Whole Person Wellness
Sect. 12 Approaching Your Daily Activity: Let's Keep Moving
Sect. 13 Your Personal Relationships
Sect. 14 Travel: Let's Get Going
Sect. 15 Continuing the Benefits of Pulmonary Rehabilitation: Making Prevention a Way of Life
Sect. 16 Suggested Reading
Sect. 17 Glossary
Pt. 4 Lesson Plans
Sect. 1 Instructional Content
Sect. 2 Exercise
Index
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