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This extremely popular book provides health professionals with patient-centred methods you can use to promote behavior change. Drawing on the spirit of motivational interviewing and incorporating best practice as described by current experts in communication skills, the approach is designed to be used during brief healthcare consultations in hospital and community settings.
Table of Contents
|Getting started: rapport and agendas||p. 41|
|Assessing importance, confidence and readiness||p. 55|
|Exploring importance and building confidence||p. 71|
|Exchanging information||p. 99|
|Reducing resistance||p. 111|
|Ending the consultation||p. 127|
|Common clinical encounters||p. 135|
|Learning to practice this approach||p. 171|
|Calls from the consulting room||p. 181|
|Example of a consultation||p. 193|
|Appendices: patient worksheets||p. 207|
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