Computer Initiatives in Patient Education: The Patient Education for U Project. Jackie A. Smith, Ph.D. Topics. Objectives and Background Mission Statement and Goals The Web Leap The Home Page The Author’s Guide Demonstration Project Results Future Directions .
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Jackie A. Smith, Ph.D.
Jackie A. Smith, Ph.D., Leader Education for U Project
Karla M. Hill, Executive Secretary
Patricia Y. Arter (Eccles Library)
Bruce E. Bray, M.D. (Cardiology, Medical Informatics)
Frances E. Catinella (Nutrition Care Services)
Diane Cunningham (Nursing Education)
Deborah Hile (Eccles Library)
Georgia Jones (Social Work)
Marc Jones (Respiratory Therapy)
Sandi Martin (Community Outreach)
Renée Neuharth ((Preventive Cardiology)
Scott B. Silverstein (Pharmacy Services)
Claire C. Stanley (Perinatal Patient Education)
Geri Wood (Diabetes Education)Patient Education Clearinghouse Committee
All patients at University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics receive top-quality patient education materials, information, and instruction.Mission Statement
Patient education efforts enhance patient learning, promote informed decision-making, increase compliance with health-enhancing behaviors, and improve clinical outcomes.Goal for Patients
Quality patient education materials are easily accessible through the use of leading-edge computer technology.Goal for Providers
From: through the use of leading-edge computer technology.Medicine is the Best Laughter by Gideon Bosker, M.D., Mosby, 1995