Change is hard. As home health professionals, our success in helping people manage their chronic conditions and maintain a state of wellness often depends upon our ability to effectively communicate and promote healthy behavior change. Motivational Interviewing (MI) offers an evidence-based model for effective conversations about change. This two-part webinar series will introduce home health professionals to MI. Part 1 held on July 19, 2018, will offer a brief overview of the evidence base for MI and the foundational spirit of this approach. Part 2 held on August 2, 2018, will introduce the core skill of reflective listening and explore an MI strategy for sharing information to promote patient engagement. Supplied independent activities outside the webinars will enhance learning. It is recommended participants attend each webinar and complete the independent activities between the two webinars.
Join Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network for a presentation on the origins and status of the opioid crisis in Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Join Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network for a presentation on the impact of substance abuse on medical conditions including diabetes, hypertension and cardiac conditions.
Join Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network for a presentation by esteemed motivational interviewing (MI) expert Mia Croyle on basic MI techniques to help elicit behavior change in patients with multiple chronic conditions. Mia will provide a conceptual framework of MI, and teach participants how to utilize MI in their daily work with patients to assist them in initiating and maintaining behavior changes such as diet, exercise and preventative health (immunizations).
Join Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network for a webinar focused on the connection between behavioral health and chronic health conditions. Learn how behavioral health factors and social determinants can impact the health of your patients, and learn strategies to implement integrated behavioral health care into your practice.
Depression can have a profound impact on patients with chronic conditions. This webinar, hosted with the Michigan Community Health Workers Alliance (MiCHWA), offers strategies to identify and address depression in patients with chronic diseases such as depression and hypertension.