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Course design for hybrid CHF class

An outline for a hybrid online CHF patient teaching program

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Course design for hybrid CHF class

  1. 1. Living with Congestive Heart Failure Judith Ketterman Walden University Intergrading Technology Into Nursing Education NURS-6320-9 December 11, 2011
  2. 2. Introduction: This is an course that is designed to aide in patient education on Congestive Heart Failure using theConstructivist design to enhance and create a student centered learning environment.
  3. 3. Target Population: Patients currently admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of CHF. Patients that have been admitted to the hospital within the last 30 days. Family members of patients recently diagnosis with CHF.
  4. 4. Course Purpose: With the amount of patients being diagnosed with Congestive Heart Failure continuing to grow with an estimated 400,000 new cases each year (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, 1996). The purpose for this course is to educate patients and theirfamily members on Congestive Heart failure and how to manage the disease with the goal of reducing the amount of re- hospitalizations by helping patients to have a better understanding of treatment and lifestyle changes.
  5. 5. Course Objectives:Objective 1: Objective 2: Patients and family  Patients and family members will gain an members will learn basic understanding of how to manage CHF CHF and how it affects with medication and the body. lifestyle changes.
  6. 6. Course Organization
  7. 7. Course Content:  Overview of CHF  Treatment  Lifestyle changes  Prognosis  When to contact a Medical Professional  Preventing re-hospitalization
  8. 8. Course Structure: This would be presented over several class sessions in a hybrid course. Patients would receive printed copies of the power point presentation slides with additional areas for note taking. The hospital web site would also have a link to the Power point presentation. Course would be able to be accessed from inpatient rooms via the TV. Other resources such as addition websites to aide the patient in understanding CHF would be provided.
  9. 9. Course Activities: Interactive discussions of topics Presenting scenarios followed by discussion Multiple choice questions to review content for each section covered. Group projects in class
  10. 10. Course Multimedia:Usage of graphs and chartsBasic animationVideo presentations
  11. 11. Navigation & Page layout:Navigation: Power Point presentation presenting information covering each course section with handouts. Presentations available via hospital website link and via the hospital TV channel for inpatient educational use.Page Layout: Hospital web home page with link to course material Consistent design on power point design placement.
  12. 12. Interaction:Synchronous: Asynchronous: Discharge teaching  Review of course Class discussions material via internet, Group Projects in class handouts, and inpatient TV. Teleconferencing  Bulletin board on CHF website via hospital website link.  Email access to instructor.
  13. 13. Discussion Question 1:Knowing the symptoms of heart failure is important in beingable to gage if your heart failure is worsening and may requirefurther treatment by your healthcare provider. Which of thefollowing changes should you notify your doctor of:a. Sudden increase in weight gain of 3 pounds in a day or 5 pounds in a week.b. A cough that does not go away.c. Irregular heartbeat (to slow or fast).d. Increase in swelling of the feet, ankles, or legs.e. All the above
  14. 14. Discussion Question 2: Describe one of the ways in which you have changed your lifestyle to better manage your CHF?
  15. 15. References:Bodenheimer, T., & Abrarnowitz, S. (2010). Helping Patients Help Themselves: How to implement self-management support. California Healthcare Foundation.Hoyt, R. E., & Bowling, L. S. (2001). Reducing Readmissions for Congestive Heart Failure. American Family Physician, 63(8), p.1593-1599.National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. (1996, September). Data Fact Sheet: Congestive Heart Failure in the United States. Retrieved September 12, 2011, from National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute: http://library.thinkquest.org/27533/facts.htmlONeil, C. A., Fisher, C. A., & Newbold, S. K. (2009). Developing online learning environments in nursing education (2nd ed.). New York: Springer publishing company.Stone, J., & Hoffman, G. J. (2010). Medicare Hospital Readmissions: Issues, Policy Options and PPACA. Congressional Research Service, 1 - 37.
  16. 16. References cont.:U. S. National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health. (2011, July 22). Heart failure. Retrieved December 9, 2011, from Medline Plus: Trusted health information for you: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000158.htmUnknown. (2010, July 5). Blooms Taxonomy of Learning Domains. Retrieved September 15, 2011, from Big Dog and Little Dogs performance juxtaposition: http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/bloom.html