psychomotor teaching strategies (Imitation (Patient administers…
psychomotor teaching strategies
Patient continues to perfect injection techniques
Patient performs techniques without verbalizing actions or pausing to consider next steps
Patient administers epinephrine via autoinjector to practice pillow
Demonstrate skill of administering epinephrine via autoinjector
Patient repeats practice of skill
Give scenarios in which epinephrine was necessary and asked to verbalize why, when, and how they would administer the epi pen.
think about how to do skill in a different environment.
what kind of things to carry to take care of diabetes no matter where patient is.
Patient walks through step by step process of administering auto injector
Pt. is able to reproduce skill without prompting
provide guide for skill, eg. infographic
Patient can design teaching plan about epinephrine autoinjector
Patient can seamlessly demonstrate how to administer epi pen
Patient can quickly and automatically distinguish between situations that necessitate epinephrine and situations that don't. EG. patient with a wasp allergy is in a swarm of wasps and presents to patient with shortness of breath, but no hives, throat or mouth swelling, or evident stings- patient is hyperventilating from panic, and does not need epinephrine.