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education

 [ed-u-ka´shun]
1. the process of sharing knowledge.
2. the gaining of knowledge.
health education see health education.
parent education: adolescent in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as assisting parents to understand and help their adolescent children.
parent education: childrearing family in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as assisting parents to understand and promote the physical, psychological, and social growth and development of their toddler, preschool, or school-aged children.
parent education: infant in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as instruction on nurturing and physical care needed during the first year of life.
education (omaha) in the omaha system, programs for the development of special or general abilities.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

education

Vox populi The training of a person or system in performing a task or process. See Appropriate education, Character education, Graduate medical education, Health education, Neuromuscular reeducation, Patient education, Undergraduate education.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

ed·u·ca·tion

(edyū-kāshŭn)
Teaching patient, family, community member, staff, and others by planning and implementing learning activities to meet intended outcomes.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

ed·u·ca·tion

(edyū-kāshŭn)
nursing teaching patient, family, community members, staff, and others by implementing learning activities to meet intended outcomes.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012

Patient discussion about education

Q. Do you want to learn how we got manipulated by some? I noticed an educational video about Asthma. I hope it helps. http://youtube.com/watch?v=jmuWKSRqvKI&featured=related Listen to eat and read my answer about it. Thank you for your patience.

A. Listen to what the man tells you right at the beginning of this video. "You are not alone... learning to CONTROL the SYMPTOMS of asthma and COPD... therefore more can be done to help you MANAGE YOUR SYMPTOMS and live a fuller life...". Do you hear what they say to you? Do they talk about curing you from Asthma? NO, they tell you to keep your symptoms and to learn to live with it. Are they interested that you get rid of your Asthma? NO, they just want you to keep it that way, but some shity drugs should keep you asthmatic, so that they can earn money with you... Listen exactly to what people tells you. Learn with this simple example the subtle way they pretend to help you, but they are absolutely not interested to cure you! Do you see the problem which is around us with such hypocrites/pretenders? I am grateful for this good bad example. Asthma can be cured, but you should not know about it. Please learn to understand. I thank you for your attention.

Q. Do you want to learn how we got manipulated by some? I noticed an educational video about Asthma here on this site. I hope it helps. http://youtube.com/watch?v=jmuWKSRqvKI&featured=related Listen to it and read my answer about it. Thank you for your patience. Does it help you to understand?

A. If you find another video or a text and you are not sure about the content, tell me about it and I will study it and present it here to help you understand with the community. In the moment that you start to listen and read between the lines you will got a kick, but a healthy one. We are here to help you and when I can also teach you this way and it helps you, I will do my best.

I am the topic-manager for "bipolar disorder", "depression" and new for "diabetes" too.

Read my answers with two critical eyes, test me, check me, check it out, to become a professional tester and checker in health and other themes. I check always first my doctors before I keep them. But then the distance is for me irrelevant, because such a good doctor is for me very precious!

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The educational issues are complex; it is the manner in which they are addressed that is unjust.
Due to external pressure, writers and editors during these periods may have chosen to publicly focus on specific educational issues, concrete economic matters, or philosophical treatises rather than deal directly with the concepts of segregation and integration.
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The meeting will give Sutton's senior school head teachers the opportunity to outline their thoughts and views on the educational issues affecting them.
The interplay of educational issues coupled with the external pressures of what is perceived as an unwelcoming societal structure may also exert an influence on the achievement motivation, resulting in the formation of task values and career aspirations that may be qualitatively different for members of different socioeconomic groups as well as between males and females.
Since its inception, chapter members have consulted with faculty from Montana State University-Bozeman College of Nursing (MSU) on various educational issues related to MSU's new Clinical Nurse Specialist program.
Having created educational products for more than 15 years, Merit Software has a unique understanding of educational issues and their relevant Web sources.
Finding realistic and workable ways to involve parents and other community representatives in planning, establishing policy, and making decisions regarding mainline educational issues can create a positive atmosphere and make changes for higher academic standards.
The horrific events of 9/11 and its sequelae have reinforced what thoughtful analysts have long known: that they have a responsibility to respond to the complex social and educational issues arising in their communities--to function, that is, as "community psychoanalysts." Analysts in the Trenches illustrates what socially engaged analysts can offer to violent and disturbed communities.
Ultimately, the program strives to create lifelong relationships and leaders who can tackle educational issues from all points of view, says Mark Perez, the UniServ director who oversees the program.
Although political campaigns today are not exclusively focused on educational issues, it is rare for politicians to downplay education.

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