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Name Location Date Posted Medical Condition
Chabert, Elaina RD, CDE
Conversation Map education tools are wonderful...

The Conversation Map education tools are wonderful for helping patients do most of the talking with each other.

Louisiana November 20th, 2008 Diabetes
Dayton, Jan RN, C, CDE
Great idea!

Bright colors help attract and maintain patient interest. [It] does not look threatening and stimulates participation! Great idea!

California November 20th, 2008 Diabetes
Haselman, Linda RN, CDE
Environment is more supportive...

Use of the Conversation Map education tools seem to encourage the patients to share more of their own experiences. The overall environment is more relaxed and more supportive to change.

New York November 20th, 2008 Diabetes
Paul, Gladys RN, BSN, CDE
The Conversation Map education tools have been the greatest innovation...

The Conversation Map education tools have been the greatest innovation for opening up conversations with patients. It facilitates a dialogue that otherwise may not have taken place.

North Carolina November 20th, 2008 Diabetes
Hert, Grace RD
It fosters participation from the patients...

It fosters participation from the patients. They trigger questions they need to ask. It’s fun.  They actually listen!

Indiana November 20th, 2008 Diabetes
Huver, Mary RN, CDE
I enjoy it when individuals start asking questions...

I enjoy it when the individuals start asking questions and talking about how to care for themselves after one session with the Conversation Map education tools.

California November 20th, 2008 Diabetes
Huot, Janet RD, CDE
Patients develop a support system within the class...

The Conversation Map education tools are GREAT. Patients actually participate and often develop a support system within the class. Patients can learn how diabetes can and will affect real life situations before they have to deal with them and hopefully, can provide information on how to postively work through them.

Pennsylvania November 20th, 2008 Diabetes
Rosell, Bee RN, CDE
Conversation Map education tools are great for diverse learning styles...

With the diversity of patients I see, I find using the Conversation Map education tools makes it as simple or complex as you want it to. You can implement concepts/philosophy and people can relate to the images of the tool.

Virginia November 20th, 2008 Diabetes
Cemo, Angela RD, CDE
Great for low literacy patients...

Patients said that they enjoyed the learning experience when using the Conversation Map education tools. I find them very useful in dealing  with low literacy patients.

Louisiana November 20th, 2008 Diabetes
Achong, Ingrid RN, CDE
This is excellent...

This Conversation Map education tool is excellent, especially working with the low literacy patients as it is so visual.

New York November 20th, 2008 Diabetes