ISBN-10:
0195380401
ISBN-13:
9780195380408
Pub. Date:
01/05/2010
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
Health Behavior Change and Treatment Adherence: Evidence-based Guidelines for Improving Healthcare

Health Behavior Change and Treatment Adherence: Evidence-based Guidelines for Improving Healthcare

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780195380408
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 01/05/2010
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 788,610
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Leslie Martin is Professor of Psychology, LaSierra University.

Kelly Haskard-Zolnierek is Assistant Professor of Psychology, Texas State University.

M. Robin DiMatteo is Distinguished Professor of Psychology, University of California, Riverside.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Understanding Behavior Change: The Theory Behind Informing, Motivating, and Planning for Health

Levels of Health Behavior
Theoretical Models of Health Behavior and Change
Health Belief Model
Theory of Reasoned Action
Theory of Planned Behavior
Transtheoretical Model of Change
Social Cognitive Models
Precaution Adoption Process Model
Information-Motivation-Strategy Model
Conclusion


Chapter 2 - Persuading and Motivating Positive Health Behaviors

Goal Setting
Social Comparisons
Persuasive Messages
Expertise
Liking
Scarcity, Reciprocity, and Consistency
Fear Induction
Teachable Moments
Message Framing
Expectations
Goal Pursuit
Beliefs about Outcomes
Optimism
Self-efficacy
Perceptions of Benefits and Costs
Social Support
Goal Framing
Targeting Goals
Conclusion


Chapter 3 - Understanding and Remembering

Information Processing, Memory, and Recall
Focusing Attention and Encoding
Memory Storage
Emotion and Memory
Chronic Stress
Self-enhancement Bias
Cultural Context
Additional Factors
Strategies for Improving Memory and Recall
Tailoring Information
Making Time
Avoiding Overload
Ordering of Information
Note-taking and Memory Aids
Mnemonics and Chunking
Conclusion


Chapter 4 - Improving Health Through the Development and Management of Habits

Forming Habits
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
Rewards for Behaviors
Maintaining Habits
Reinforcement Schedules
Behavioral Contracts and Contingency Plans
Intrinsic Motivation
Breaking Bad Habits
Self-knowledge and Personality
Choosing the Right Environments
Balancing Habits with Mindfulness
Managing Barriers to Behavior Change
Self-monitoring and Regulating
Managing Ups and Downs
The Practitioner's Role
Cultural Variations
Practitioner Expectations
Individual Behaviors and Larger Systems
Conclusion


Chapter 5 - Evaluation of Risks, Decision-Making, and Outcomes

Evaluation and Decision-making Strategies
A Crash Course in Bayesian Methods
Understanding Risks and Risk Reduction
Odds Ratios
Risk Ratios
Hazard Ratios
Straight versus Standardized Ratios
Thinking About Study Results as a Whole and the Value of Meta-Analysis

Cumulative and Interactive Effects
Patient Involvement in Decision-making
Tools for Participatory Decision-making
Conclusion


Chapter 6 - Relationships and Communication Between Caregivers and Patients

Models of Practitioner-Patient Relationships
Paternalism
Consumerism
Mutuality
Practitioner-Patient Communication
Physical Environment
Verbal Communication
Open-ended Questions
Refraining from Interruption
Providing Clear Information
Patients' Verbalizations
Nonverbal Communication
Indicators of Distress
Physical Pain and Sensitivity Cues
Desire for Information and Involvement
Medically-relevant Information
Negotiating the Relationship
Empathy
Conclusion


Chapter 7 - Effective Collaboration with Patients — On a Tight Schedule

Importance of the Health Care Team
Using Teams and Technology to Deliver Care
Planning the Medical Visit
Pre-appointment Counseling
Interactive Health Communication (IHC)
Group Consultations
Technology-based Decision-making Aids
Follow-up Management
Technology-based Adherence Aids
Digital Support Groups
Conclusion


Chapter 8 - Partnering for Adherence in the Healthcare System

Simplicity and Quality of Life
Patient-centered Interventions
Encouraging Self-efficacy
Multifaceted Interventions to Improve Adherence
Partnering and Barriers within Healthcare Systems
Access to Care
What Can Health Professionals Do?

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