Evidence-Based Health Coaching: Motivational Interviewing in Action


Evidence-Based Health Coaching: Motivational Interviewing in Action

Evidence-Based Health Coaching: Motivational Interviewing in Action

Validated in over 300 clinical studies, motivational interviewing (MI) remains the most patient-centered and effective approach for supporting better patient engagement and activation, disease self-care, treatment adherence and lifestyle management. Evidence-Based Health Coaching: Motivational Interviewing in Action is the first MI video training series especially designed for clinicians who serve individuals at risk of, or affected by, chronic diseases.

Whether you are serving in a wellness, disease management, or care management program, or a primary or specialty care setting, hospital or community program, this series will help you build the practical MI knowledge and skills you need to support your patient health and address the behavioral factors that are responsible for over 85% of avoidable healthcare costs.

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Disc 1: Evidence-Based Health Coaching: Motivational Interviewing

In this 14-part interview series, NIH-funded motivational interviewing (MI) authority Dr. Susan Butterworth, and behavioral medicine expert Dr. Blake Andersen, discuss why validated, MI-based health coaching approaches are essential for addressing the health-related behaviors that pose the greatest threats to health and drive 85% of avoidable healthcare spending. Success factors, strategies and practical applications of MI in usual healthcare, chronic care and care management settings are explored. Disc 1 running time: approximately 72 minutes.

Disc 2: Evidence-Based Health Coaching: Motivational Interviewing in Action Case Studies in Evidence-Based Health Coaching

  • The precontemplator: Quitting smoking
  • The stuck patient: Staying physically active
  • A cross-cultural encounter: Managing hypertension
  • Identifying barriers: Managing diabetes
  • Strengthening change commitment: Managing weight
  • The RULE framework of motivational interviewing
    • Resist the righting reflex
    • Understand and explore the patient's motivation
    • Listen with empathy
    • Empower the patient
  • Five steps for facilitating health-related behavior change
    • Establish rapport
    • Set an agenda
    • Assess readiness to change
    • Negotiate an action plan
    • Assess progress and coach
Disc 2 running time: approximately 140 minutes.

A bonus health coaching training webinar Resistance is not a Patient Problem: Practical Skills for Better Adherence by Dr. Susan Butterworth from the national Health Sciences Institute health coaching learning collaborative, is included.

Contributors

  • Susan Butterworth, PhD., MINT, Oregon Health & Science University
  • Denise Ernst, PhD, MINT, Oregon Health & Science University
  • Mike Brody, MSN, PMHNP, MINT, Reed College
  • Verna Burden, MS, RD, MINT, Oregon Health & Science
  • University
  • Carol DeFrancesco, MA, RD, MINT, Oregon Health & Science University
  • Blake Andersen, PhD, CEO, HealthSciences Institute

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