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The Physician Is In: A How-To Guide For Motivational Interviewing

Posted by Cate Nagus on Jan 11, 2018 9:03:00 AM

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Your patient’s lab work shows continued elevated blood glucose levels, a red-light warning sign for diabetes. His body mass index (BMI) hasn’t improved, and now it even qualifies as “morbidly obese.” As the exam begins, perhaps frustration is setting in because you’ve had countless discussions with not only this patient but many – dozens? – before him about developing a healthier diet and becoming more active.

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Topics: motivational interviewing, healthcare, person-centered care

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