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1 Behavior Change & Motivational Interviewing: Beginning Skills By Veronica Garcia Walker MSN, RN, CNA-BC With special thanks to J. Carole Taxis, PhD, RNC, LPC
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2 Faulty Assumptions About Behavior Change Motivation to change is: 1. A “given” 2. A “steady state” 3. Result of proper information
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3 Health Behavior Change Theories Social Learning Theory Health Belief Model Transtheoretical Model
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4 Social Learning Theory Learning occurs through OBSERVATION Learning may or may not change behavior Learning may or may not be shown in performance The idea of role modeling positive behavior is important in this theory
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5 Health Belief Model PERCEPTION Threatened by the Disease: Personally susceptible to a disease with serious or severe consequences. PERCEPTION Belief: that the benefits of taking the preventative action outweigh the perceived barriers to (and/or costs of ) the preventative action Likelihood of Action Combination of perceptions + modifying factors (This could include demographics
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6 Transtheoretical Model Stage 1 Pre-  Contemplation Stage 2
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