3 edition of Interviewing and patient care found in the catalog.
Interviewing and patient care
Allen J. Enelow
|Statement||[by] Allen J. Enelow [and] Scott N. Swisher.|
|Contributions||Swisher, Scott N., 1918- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||R727.3 .E53 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 229 p.|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||72087036|
Implement the use of motivational interviewing (MI) in diabetes care to present proven counseling techniques that can make any conversation with a patient more efficacious and motivating. Master methods to elicit patients' strengths and help them overcome barriers to change in such areas as eating habits, physical activity, medication use. Engaging dialogues and vignettes bring to life the core skills of motivational interviewing (MI) and show how to incorporate this brief evidence-based approach into any health care setting. Appendices include MI training resources and publications on specific medical conditions. This book is in the Applications of Motivational Interviewing series/5().
Motivational Interviewing in Health Care by Stephen Rollnick, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. and principles of MI can actually enhance patient-provider relationships. This book is a 'must read' for health care practitioners across disciplines, from novice clinicians searching for practical advice 4/5(). Fundamental Skills for Patient Care in Pharmacy Practice is an independent publication and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by the owners of the trademarks or service marks referenced in this product. There may be images in this book that feature models; these models do not necessarily endorse, represent, or.
Motivational interviewing is a collaborative process that edifies and makes the patient responsible for personal choices. It is not exclusively a stand-alone therapy. It can be incorporated into treatments and routine care for patients with various health issues, including those with physical health problems, mental health issues, or substance /5. approaches to patient care often rely on advice giving and direct persuasion. This can easily lead to confrontation and may result in resistance (dissonance), particularly in patients who are ambivalent or not ready to change behavior. Motivational interviewing is an alternate style of communication that has.
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The book is also a 'must' for undergraduates and graduate students who are interested in motivational interviewing within the world of health care practice."--Judith Carpenter, registered dietitian, Derbyshire County Primary Care Trust, UKCited by: "Interviewing and Patient Care is a book that can equip the beginner with the tools that are needed to enter the hospital and begin patient end it to anyone who is interested in learning more about interviewing, irrespective of profession, or previous interview experience."--University of Toronto Medical Journal4/5(1).
Smith’s Patient-Centered Interviewing 4th Edition PDF. In an important series of research and conceptual papers in the s and s, George L. Engel expanded the centuries old (and very successful) biomedical model by demonstrating the importance of psychological and social factors in disease and illness and how these factors affect care processes and outcomes.
The patient interview is the primary way of obtaining comprehensive information about the patient in order to provide effective patient-centered care, and the medica-tion history component is the pharmacist’s expertise.
A methodological approach is used to obtain information from the patient, usually starting with determining the. Interviewing and patient care. New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Enelow, Allen J. (Allen Jay), Interviewing and patient care.
New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors. Interviewing and patient care. New York, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Enelow, Allen J.
(Allen Jay), Interviewing and patient care. New York, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Allen J Enelow; Scott N Swisher. The book is short and to the point, just like incorporating motivational interviewing in your patient counseling.
Volume 2, Education of the patient with neurologic or psychiatric disease, Vol. 2, Iss. 4Author: Toya Bowles. This book tries to do basically what the title says, present motivational interviewing techniques geared toward a healthcare (really primary care) setting.
The information is good and I am a believes in the techniques it was just oversimplified for someone who's already been to trainings and read the original Miller & Rollnick book.4/5. It is not surprising that Allen Enelow has coauthored a superb book on interviewing and patient care.
After all, he has been doing the outstanding work in the interviewing field for the past decade. It is surprising that his coauthor, Scott.
Interviewing and Patient Care. The central premise of this marvelous book is that effective communication between doctor and patient is the heart of the doctor-patient relationship and has much to do with therapy as well as diagnosis. four, and nine—the first two discussing high- and low-control styles in interviewing, the last.
Motivational Interviewing in Health Care: Helping Patients Change Behavior focuses on health care professionals who work with populations faced with behavioral changes. The page book is easy to read and composed of 3 parts.
Part 1 describes the principles and evidence of motivational interviewing and how it appropriately fits in the health professional's Author: Cynthia P. Koh-Knox. Description: This book describes motivational interviewing, a concept developed in in order to help increase patient motivation and enhance behavioral change.
Though initially used in dealing with alcoholism, motivational interviewing is now being used with other medical and psychological problems/5(8). According to a May review on motivational interviewing in health settings published in the Patient Education and Counseling journal, this style of communication changes how an appointment feels to a patient and provides dentists with the opportunity to work closely with patients who need to make a behavior change but are not ready to do : Joan Daniel.
Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: James J. Foody, MD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine) Description: This page fourth edition of a softcover book on patient interviewing adds new material, including chapters on pediatric history and the impact of the patient's appearance.
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Lowest price and Replacement Guarantee. Cash On Delivery Available. A 2-Part Series This article is the first of a 2-part series. This part will (1) briefly describe motivational interviewing (MI), (2) provide an example of how it works, (3) explain our approach to MI, and (4) explain why it is so effective in helping patients engage in health behaviors (eg, taking their medications, losing weight, quitting smoking).
The medical interview is the practicing physician's most versatile diagnostic and therapeutic tool. However, interviewing is also one of the most difficult clinical skills to master. The demands made on the physician are both intellectual and emotional. The analytical skills of diagnostic reasoning must be balanced with the interpersonal skills needed to establish rapport with the patient and Cited by: 8.
Oxford University Press, USA Interviewing and Patient Care (4th Edition) Description This standard text on medical interviewing retains its core of open-ended and more directed interviewing techniques, but the Fourth Edition is more firmly anchored in the everyday practice of medicine.
Much of health care today involves helping patients manage conditions whose outcomes can be greatly influenced by lifestyle or behavior change. Written specifically for health care professionals, this concise book presents powerful tools to enhance communication with patients and guide them in making choices to improve their health, from weight loss, exercise, and.
Motivational Interviewing can be successfully implemented into appointments or interactions between the health care clinician and patient. The social worker or counselor in the palliative care team who is the primary motivational interviewer, may be required to travel with the patient to hospitals and other settings of care, and speak with.
: Motivational Interviewing in Health Care: Helping Patients Change Behavior (Applications of Motivational Interviewing) () by Stephen Rollnick; William R.
Miller; Christopher C. Butler and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(). In care management, motivational interviewing is a collaborative approach, between the care manager and the patient, that’s focused on strengthening the patient’s motivation to adhere to the care plan and change behaviors that interfere with better health.
If you are interested, check out the book Motivational Interviewing in Health Care by Stephen Rollnick, William Miller and Christopher Butler. I have learned a great deal from reading this book.