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NUR 342 Sample Teaching Plan

NUR 342 Sample Teaching Plan

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Bariatric Diet Plan 1Bariatric Diet Teaching PlanStudent NameJacksonville UniversityMonth Day, Year
Bariatric Diet Plan 2
Teaching Plan: Bariatric Surgery DietAssessment of Learner:
The learner is a 36-year-old female, who works as an administrativeassistant for a local clothing manufacturer. She is post-op day one of an open gastric bypasssurgery. Her expected hospital stay is 3-5 days. The patient has been instructed that dietcompliance is the key to her success. She will have a scheduled follow up appointment for 10days after discharge. While at home, the patient will continue with the Bariatric diet. The patientreads and understands English.
Learner’s prior level of knowledge
The learner stated that she was taught about the Bariatric
Diet Plan before her surgery, but really doesn’t remember much. The learner learns best throughverbal instruction and demonstration. This is the learner’s first major surgery. She has tried all
the major diet plans before her surgery to lose weight, but without success. She understands theimportance of the post-op diet, but remembers very little about the diet.
Learner’s perception of the need to learn:
The learner fully understands the importance of thepost-op diet and verbally agrees to comply with the post-surgical diet while at home. The learneris interested and ready to learn. Her pain has been managed through intravenous narcotics. Sherequests information appropriately about the Bariatric Diet. The learner knows that without dietcompliance, surgical complications are likely to arise.
Learner’s attitude towards learning:
The learner is enthusiastic about learning. The surgeonperforming the bypass has been in to see the patient and explain how the surgery went. Hestressed the importance of starting a diet plan on post-op day one, and following the guidelinesas instructed. The learner verbally complied. The learner presents with an enthusiastic approachto learn the material at hand. Her breakfast is on the beside table, untouched.
Bariatric Diet Plan 3
Social, cultural, and physical factors that may affect learning:
The learner has just undergonea gastric bypass surgery. She feels weak and her pain ranges from mild to moderate withoutexertion. She talks about wanting to know the diet so that she can loose weight. She mentionsthat she is sick of people making comments about her weight, at times feeling like she is on
display. In this case, societies’ negativism is one major motivating factor.
Nursing Diagnosis:
 Knowledge deficit related to complexity of diet plan for surgical procedure.
Long-Term Goal: The learner will stay compliant with the Bariatric diet, loosing 60-80 poundsthe first year.Intermediate Goal: The learner will loose 15 pounds by her follow-up appointment and staycompliant with the Bariatric diet.Short-Term Goal: The learner will verbalize an understanding of the Bariatric Diet stages one,two, and three before time of discharge.
Materials/Resources needed:
Hospital room. The learner will be sitting in her chair, television will be off, light willbe on, door closed.
Measuring/medicine cups, Jell-O, milk, mashed potatoes, and educational handoutswill be utilized during the teaching session.
 Number and length of teaching sessions:
There will be two teaching sessions lasting 15 minutes.

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