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Teaching vs. Preaching: A Critical Look at Patient Education

Discussion in 'Teaching and Learning' started by NewsBot, Jan 24, 2008.

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    Not a pod yet but planning to train (have place on course). In my current job role I have to try and influence health behaviours and beliefs over the telephone in a 20 minute occupational health assessment - during this time I also have to assess and decide outcome and advice i will give back to employer (which is often contrary to the clients beliefs about their role in self care etc). Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a tool that is been frequently found to be a useful to facilitate practice not only in my field of health practice but also in others. There are now short courses in CBT for health practitioners and many in my field feel it should be part of qualification. Could pods find it of similar use?


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