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Inspiring and supporting behavior change : a food and nutrition professional's counseling guide / Ann Constance and Cecilia Sauter.

By: Constance, Ann.
Contributor(s): Sauter, Cecilia | American Dietetic Association.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [Chicago, Ill.] : American Dietetic Association, ©2011Description: xvi, 142 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780880914550; 0880914556; 0880919825; 9780880919821.Subject(s): Nutrition counseling | Patient education | Health promotion | Nutrition Therapy -- methods | Patient Education as Topic -- methods | Diet | Health Promotion -- methods | Health Behavior | Behavior Control -- methods | Health promotion | Nutrition counseling | Patient educationDDC classification: 615.8/54 LOC classification: RM218.7 | .C66 2011
Contents:
Oh, no! don't tell me I have to change! -- Patients change when we change : the chronic care model -- Empowerment : putting your patients in the driver's seat -- Are your patients ready to change? -- Moving your patients toward change : motivational interviewing -- Putting the what into goal setting -- When patients need more than nutrition counseling -- Building long-term support for patients -- Other issues to consider : health literacy, cultural diversity, and biases in health care.
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RM218.7 .C66 2011 (Browse shelf) Available 0000002336899

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Oh, no! don't tell me I have to change! -- Patients change when we change : the chronic care model -- Empowerment : putting your patients in the driver's seat -- Are your patients ready to change? -- Moving your patients toward change : motivational interviewing -- Putting the what into goal setting -- When patients need more than nutrition counseling -- Building long-term support for patients -- Other issues to consider : health literacy, cultural diversity, and biases in health care.

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