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Friday, December 19, 2014

Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention - Leading the effort to treat and prevent diabetes in American Indians and Alaska Natives


Recorded Seminars

Recorded presentation from live online seminars provide an opportunity for health care providers to watch sessions at their convenience. Download the Handout to get a copy of the speakers' presentation. A transcript is also available.

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Enhancing Behavior Change in Patients with Diabetes Part 1
Handout [PDF - 492KB] | Transcript [PDF - 122KB]

Enhancing Behavior Change in Patients with Diabetes
Part I

Watch Part I of the recorded session by Darryl Tonemah, PhD, discussing promoting behavior change in people with diabetes, including use of motivational interviewing and assessment of readiness for change. Rational approaches for the provision of patient centered diabetes care and support will be presented. Implications for practice will also be discussed. (40:28 minutes)

Enhancing Behavior Change in Patients with Diabetes Part 2
Handout [PDF - 403KB] | Transcript [PDF - 126KB]

Enhancing Behavior Change in Patients with Diabetes
Part II

Watch Part II of the recorded seminar by Darryl Tonemah, PHD, additional information on methods for promoting behavior change in people with diabetes. Rational approaches for the provision of patient centered diabetes care and support will be presented. Case studies and expanded discussion of how to implement techniques will also be presented. (41:56 minutes)

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