Exercise and Diabetes: Tools for Integrating Patient-Directed Practice
Session Code: GR-1A-8104
Date: Thursday, February 18, 2016
Time: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: Anaheim Convention Center
Room: 303 B
Session Type: Educational Sessions
Session Level: Intermediate
This session will promote the use of patient-directed care in contrast to the paternalistic medical model. Part 1 will emphasize the design and implementation of evidence-based research exercise interventions for older adults with diabetes. Part 2 will provide tools to improve adherence to lifestyle changes. Cognitive mapping and motivational interviewing will be introduced as clinical management tools for use by physical therapists to integrate into patient-directed practice.
1 . Examine the concepts of patient-centered care and patient-directed care.
2. Introduce cognitive mapping and motivational interviewing as tools to influence behavior change in the older adult.
3. Discuss the evidence for the use of cognitive mapping and motivational interviewing in a variety of populations.
4. Use cognitive mapping and motivational interviewing to develop change talk and identify methods for change for older patients.
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