October 12, 2017
Donna Meyers, a registered nurse with a passion for home health care, has completed her new book “Staff and Patient Education: Two Keys to Home Health Care Success” a well-researched discourse on the importance of understanding and managing the patients’ medical conditions at home to achieve good health and to prevent rehospitalizations.
Author Meyers expounds the essence of empowering both the patient and the health care professional with the necessary knowledge to treat and manage the patient in their home. The first key to home health care success is “Staff Education.” This section of the book helps to orientate professionals to the specialty of home health care and can be used as a basic introduction. The second key to home health care success is “Patient Education.” This section of the book is centered on patient education – what the patient needs to know to successfully manage their medical condition or situation at home. In order for the patient to achieve maximum wellness, they must understand their medical condition and the treatment necessary to manage it. This book provides a wealth of information for both the professional and the patient in a concise easy-to-understand format.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Donna Meyers’s informative account emphasizes the fundamentality of the promotion of health through the careful study of one’s ailments and be equipped with the awareness of how to manage diseases in order to live a healthy life.
Readers who wish to experience this essential work can purchase “Staff and Patient Education: Two Keys to Home Health Care Success” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo, or Barnes and Noble. Teaching handouts can be printed…