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This comprehensive anthology on disease management focuses on integrating health behavior change strategies into disease management practices. Changing Patient Behavior offers a solid, systematic approach to developing and implementing strategies to influence the patient's behavior in the context of health and disease management programs.
Nationally known disease management authority Richard Patterson has assembled a stellar lineup of contirubtions from fifteen major health experts, creating an indispensable guide to making the patient integral to the management of his or her own health.Richard Patterson is executive vice president, director of development for HealthAnswers, Inc., a business-to-business health management and wellness services company.
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Foreword (J. Prochaska).
The New Focus: Integrating Behavioral Science into Disease Management (R. Patterson).
THE ROLE OF PATIENT BEHAVIOR IN HEALTH AND DISEASE MANAGEMENT.
Utilizing Theories and Constructs Across Models of Behavior Change (K. Glanz & B. Oldenburg).
Applying the Theory: Models of Behavior Change (C. Cafiero & F. Carness).
FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE: THE FOUNDATION FOR CHANGING HEALTH-RELATED BEHAVIOR.
Changing Behavior and Environment: How to Plan Theory- and Evidence-Based Disease Management Programs (L. Bartholomew, et al.).
Using Telephone-Based Interventions (T. Mason).
METHODS AND OPTIONS FOR BEHAVIOR CHANGE INTERVENTIONS.
Implementing Behavior Change Methods (C. Cafiero & F. Carness).
Connecting People and Technologies for Disease Management (D. Newton & N. Sofian).
Measuring and Improving the Intervention (M. Toscani & L. Pizzi).
Selecting Variables and Constructs to Measure (J. Biskupiak).