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There were no significant effects on anxiety level or recovery. Hinshaw, Gerber, Atwood, and Allen (1983) used a quasi-experimental, causal modeling approach to test the impact of a perioperative teaching program on patient outcomes including coping, anxiety, pain, recovery, and satisfaction. A sample of 88 patients participated, PATIENT EDUCATION 41 with 54 receiving the teaching and 34 not. Data analysis led to the conclusion that perioperative teaching affected patient outcomes indirectly through increased nurse attention to patient safety and individualization of care in the operating room.