Do you ever feel like a broken record, explaining the same topics, the same way, over and over?
Or maybe you sense that the way you’re explaining complex concepts, during patient education, isn’t having the impact you’d like.
This infographic is for you.
- different ways to get your message across.
- easy alternatives for when you’re looking to change things up a bit.
- options to choose from – because people learn differently.
Read through them, picking out the ones you lean on most frequently.
Then do yourself and your patients a favor, pick another (or two). Try using a different organizational structure for the same content with different patients.
You could even try different structures with the same patient to see what works best! Because, I’ll repeat, people learn differently.
PS – If you are interested in taking your patient education seriously, why not start with the metaphors you use? This workshop shows you how to break down the metaphors you use, understand their cognitive and affective aspects, and evaluate them in use. On demand, right on this site.