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Motivational interviewing in health care / Stephen Rollnick (2008)
Titre : Motivational interviewing in health care : helping patients change behavior Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : Stephen Rollnick ; William R. Miller ; Christopher Butler Editeur : New York : Guilford Press Année de publication : 2008 Importance : xiv, 210 p. Présentation : ill. Format : 24 cm Langues : Anglais (eng) Catégories : [TABAC] prévention:santé:soin de santé
[TABAC] sevrage tabagique:méthode de sevrage:méthode individuelle:approche psychologique:entretien motivationnel
Index. décimale : TA 6.2.2 Approche psychologique (y compris entretien motivationnel) Résumé : Motivational Interviewing in Health Care: Helping Patients Change Behavior focuses on health care professionals who work with populations faced with behavioral changes. The 180-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 approach to patient care. Many patients have been encouraged to incorporate lifestyle modifications and behaviors to prevent disease complications, alleviate symptoms, and prolong and improve quality of life. Health care professionals need empathy when interacting with patients and must identify barriers that affect a patient's ability to comply with therapy, including making behavioral changes. Part 2 describes the core skills of motivational interviewing: asking, listening, and informing. Pharmacists receive training for these essential components of communication skill. Motivational interviewing can be used to empower patients to actively participate in making the best decisions about their health and treatment. Part 3 describes integration and implementation of motivational interviewing in practice with cases and scenarios. This section may present some challenges as patients and pharmacists do not always interact with each other as portrayed in the book. The sample questions within the chapters are helpful when incorporating motivational interviewing techniques with patient counseling and education.
Perhaps the most useful sections of the book are the 2 appendices. Both provide extensive bibliographies of additional resources on motivational interviewing training (Appendix A) and of various populations and disease states where motivational interviewing can be used (Appendix B). There is also an index to key terms within the book.
The book could be used as a textbook or reference for an introductory course on motivational interviewing, although some of the cases and scenarios might need to be revised to fit the knowledge level of the students. The important point to learn about motivational interviewing is how to recognize patterns or styles of communication between health care professionals and patients, and then apply them to practice.
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