Dynamics 9,10,11,13

jaysica2014's version from 2017-06-12 22:16

Section 1

Question Answer
3 common outocomes of rapporttrust and confidence, working relationship, treat illness/enhance satisfaction and compliance/prevents malpractice
rapport and develop respect for another world viewpacing and leading
statements describing behavior that you want pt to do rather than the one you dont want them topositive descriptive statement**

Section 2

Question Answer
be senestivie to what regarding disability?belief attitude and behavior
individual over grouplow context/indidvudalism
group over individualhigh context/collectivism
sense of self respect/esteem when communicating with othresconcept of face
hispanic cultural concept of gtting to know one profesisonally/personallypersonalismo
tendency to report physical symptoms when one has psychological distresssomatization
6 universal healthcare culture aspectsname to prob, qualities of professional, credibility, familiar framework, techniques, time and place
hudderite factsagainst religion to steal, faith is tested outside colony, young men are encouraged to court
mexican culturereligious, family orientated, hard working
native american factsentire tribe cares for family, rich w/sprit and art, only members of tribe recieve monthly income

Section 3

Question Answer
Good interview depends ontiming, phrasing, attitude
steps for good timingavoid interuptions, listen carefully and use silence, set time to listen to patient story
steps for artful phrasinguse right kind of questions, open vs closed, avoid slang
what needs to happen in initiation stageexplain who you are and why youre there
questions must includeopen ended questions, primarily indirect questions, no double questions
3 outocomes of non helpful interviewno rapport established, no active listening, and no meaningful info gathered**

Section 4

Question Answer
series of actions we take to maintain, promote, or improve our well-beinghealth behavior
9 principles of effective health educationbuild rapport, set agenda for change, communicate clearly, evaulate readiness, context/environemtn, customize approach, assess barriers, problem solve, teaching resoruces
pt admonished for causing promblemmoral model
provider sympathy for pt problemcompsenatory model
pt education less value; provider will be responsible for pt educationenlightment
provider has sympathy; provider will be responsible for helpingmedical model
explains why people fail to participate in programs or behaviors that prevent/detect diseasehealth belief model
refers to our perceptions that the outcomes and rewards we experience are either under/out of our controlocus of control
one sense that they can successfully carry out a particular health behavior needed to result in a desired outcomeself-efficacy
uses 3 elements to explain behaviortheory of planned behavior
identifies modifying factors that may influence perception of self efficacy, status, and benefits/barriershealth promotion model
describes stagges that oen progress through the change of health behaviors (5 stages)transtheoretical model
cognitive behavioral appoach that uses stages of changes previouslly mentioned as frameworkmotivation interviewing

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