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1

What is "self-efficacy?"

Belief in oneself

2

What is self-management?

Patient learning how to manage his/her own care

3

What are the stages of change?

Precontemplation
Contemplation
Preparation
Action
Maintenance
Termination

4

Is it normal for a person to get "stuck in ambivalence?"

Yes

5

What is motivational interviewing?

- A style of being with people
- A conversation style

6

What are the hallmarks of motivational interviewing?

- Collaboration
- Evocation
- Language of change

7

What is the practitioner's goal in motivational interviewing?

Eliciting and exploring the person's own arguments for change

8

What is the four stair step process in MI?

1) Engaging
2) Focusing
3) Evoking
4) Planning

9

What is "engaging?"

Establishing a connection

10

What is "focusing?"

Developing and maintaining direction in the conversation

11

What is "evoking?"

Eliciting the patient's motivation for change

12

What should you do when "planning" with a patient?

- Develop committment to change
- Formulate a plan of action

13

What are the OARS of communication?

- O= Open-ended
- A= Affirmation
- R= Reflective listening
- S= Summarize

14

What are the three best open-ended questions?

What?
Tell me.
Describe.

15

How many reflections should you aim for to a single open ended question?

2x

16

What is the "righting reflex?"

The compulsion to:
- Fix things
- Give answers
- Problem solve

...etc.

17

What is motivational interviewing NOT?

- A technique
- Just being nice
- Manipulation

18

What do individuals need in MI?

- To be ready
- To be engaged
- Self-efficacy