Chapter 01 Defining patient engagement, health behavior change, and disease self-management
Chapter 02 Learning: developing knowledge through making meaning
Chapter 03 Psychomotor skill development: learning what AND how to do
Chapter 04 Best practice in educational design for patient learning
Chapter 05 The impact of self-efficacy on behavior change: the roles of socio-cultural and mental health factors
Chapter 06 Integrating motivational interviewing into pulmonary healthcare
Chapter 07 Anxiety, depression, and using evidence-based techniques and strategies to support engagement and adherence
Chapter 08 Technology to enhance engagement in physical activity
Chapter 09 The role of mind-body approaches in promoting healthcare engagement and positive behavior change
Chapter 10 Strategies to improve adherence to supplemental oxygen therapy
Chapter 11 Self-management: personalized action plans for COPD exacerbations
Chapter 12 Domiciliary noninvasive ventilation: strategies for improving adherence to home use
Chapter 13 Teaching the practical skill of correct inhaler use: knowing and being able to do
Chapter 14 Smoking cessation: breaking the strong addiction.
This book examines the most up-to-date strategies that can be used to enhance the healthcare professional-patient interaction to influence positive behavior change and improve treatment adherence in pulmonary healthcare. This book is written by experts in the field who couple their experience with practical strategies (the art) with evidence-based theory (the science).Chapters discuss global concepts such as motivational interviewing on improving engagement and how to apply strategies to specific situations (for examples: smoking cessation, promoting physical activity, inhaler adherence, supplemental oxygen use, and non-invasive ventilation) commonly experienced on the front lines of caring for patients with pulmonary disorders. The textbook raises awareness of direct approaches and recent technological advances that healthcare professionals can use to support positive behavior change in their day-to-day clinical practice. Effective, patient-tailored self-management interventions are discussed, including the evidence for these interventions and ways to personalize the strategies to each patient’s unique needs.This book is an ideal guide for healthcare professionals working with patients experiencing chronic pulmonary conditions, including pulmonologists, primary care physicians, physician assistants, nurses, trainees, and the many allied health professionals involved in delivering care such as respiratory therapists, pharmacists, and behavioral psychologists. The concepts of this book can also be applied to the management of other chronic diseases such as coronary artery disease and diabetes mellitus.
• Assists pulmonary medicine providers to formulate action plans, design educational activities to develop knowledge and skills in self-management, and effectively engage a patient in basic motivational conversations and health coaching to facilitate health behavior change with patients
• Teaches providers to understand theories on motivation, behavior change, and learning which motivate, engage and support patients to positively adapt their health behavior(s) and develop skills to better manage their disease
• Critically explores the literature on effective strategies for behavior change in smoking cessation, physical activity, non-invasive ventilation and supplemental oxygen therapy for people with chronic respiratory disease
• Marilyn L. Moy, MD, MSc is Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Medical Director of Pulmonary Rehabilitation at VA Boston Healthcare System.
• Felicity Blackstock, PhD is Director of Learning and Teaching and Professor of Physiotherapy at the School of Science and Health, Western Sydney University.
• Linda Nici, MD is Professor of Medicine at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Chief of the Pulmonary and Critical Care Section at Providence Veterans Affairs Medical Center.