JUNE 27, 2019

Behavioral Change through Motivational Interviewing: Insights For Consideration In Your Dietetics Practice
Part I

DATE: JUNE 27, 2019

3:00 PM | CENTRAL DAYLIGHT TIME (CHICAGO, GMT-05:00)  1 HR

SPEAKERS 

Christine McIntosh is a clinician, entrepreneur, and writer. Christine’s career in the

spectrum of dietetics across all health domains, community nutrition project development, and research commitment to patient-centered care results in a comprehensive consideration of dietitian practice from experience in three nations. Dr. McIntosh’s research and writing envision nutrition communications that fill the gap in a complicated food world.

 

 

 

Esther Myers in an internationally known author, lecturer, educator and

researcher in dietetics and evidence analysis. Among other dietetics outcomes studies, she was Co PI Blue Cross Blue Shield Weight Management Outcome Study, BMI2 and the Diabetes in India Nutrition Guideline Study, all which used MI as a key part of the nutrition intervention

 

 

 

Learning Objectives:
• Identify the types of training provided to dietitians when implementing Motivational Interviewing (MI) in research studies
• Identify factors that may influence ability to incorporate MI into your daily practice
• Use material presented to making their decision about whether to pursue implementation o

f MI in their practice/professional skills

Learning codes:
6010 Behavior change theories, techniques
6020 Counseling therapy, and facilitation skills
7070 Entrepreneurship, private practice

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SPONSORSHIP:
THIS WEBINAR DID NOT RECEIVE EXTERNAL SPONSORSHIP.