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What’s Behind Patient Adherence and Compliance? (Recorded Webinar)

presented by Dan Rhon, PT, DPT, DSc, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT

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Financial: Dan Rhon receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. He also receives grant funding for clinical research from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP). Dan Rhon is also the owner of Clinically Relevant Technologies (CRTech, LLC): Mobile Apps for Clinicians. Dan Rhon also teaches courses for Evidence in Motion, LLC.

Nonfinancial: Dan Rhon works as a contractor within the Department of Defense. None of what he says should be taken as if it is endorsed or approved by the DOD or any US Government component.

Satisfactory completion requirements: All disciplines must complete learning assessments to be awarded credit, no minimum score required unless otherwise specified within the course.

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Video Runtime: 102 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 33 Minutes

Each of us who works in healthcare shares a common goal--to encourage healthy behavior in our patients. We want our patients to heal and thrive, but in almost every scenario, behavior change on the patient's end is necessary. We want our patients to adhere to their exercise programs, eat better, sleep better, move more, fear less, and live better. However, just because what we want for them is "good," actual sustained changes in behavior are a much more challenging goal, even when our patients agree with us. Understanding the science behind behavior change is important for any clinician. Many of us practice as if filling a knowledge gap is all that is required to make change. This webinar will discuss what drives human behavior and how understanding these drivers can allow us to help our patients make meaningful change. It is applicable to any healthcare setting.

Meet Your Instructor

Dan Rhon, PT, DPT, DSc, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT

Dr. Dan Rhon is a clinician, active researcher, and assistant professor at Baylor University in Texas. He received an MPT and DSc through Baylor University and then a DPT through Temple University. He attended a manual therapy clinical fellowship at Brooke Army Medical Center in Texas, is a fellow in the American Academy of Orthopaedic…

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1. Background: Why We Need to Change Behavior

In this chapter, we’ll discuss the most common causes of death in the US and the cost of generating health in the US. We'll also look into predictors of adherence to physical therapy and interventions to improve it.

2. The Relationship Between Knowledge and Behavior

This chapter will show clinical examples from research for how knowledge dissemination made little impact on change in behavior.

3. Models to Help Frame Your Perspective and Approach

This chapter will discuss the theories behind the three most common models of behavior change, provide a description of each of the five stages of TTM (most popular model), and explain why change is rarely linear.

4. Summarizing the Dos and Don’ts of Successful Behavior Change Drivers

In this chapter, we’ll deconstruct a list of strategies that don't help you change patient behaviors and why. A complete a list of strategies that do help change patient behaviors and why will be discussed.

5. Planning for Effective Behavior Change Drivers in Your Clinic

This chapter will go over the exercises for implementing behavior change drivers into your patient interactions, preparation for your upcoming patient interactions, and creating opportunities in your clinic that promote behavior change.

6. Question and Answer

This chapter will have a question and answer session to go over the material presented in this webinar.

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