Learning and Teaching Motivational Interviewing

May 30, 2017

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8:00am–4:30pm

Details

Faculty will be introduced to the principles of motivational interviewing (MI), and become prepared to teach MI skills to clerks and residents in a clinical setting.

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify and explain the core concepts and approaches in motivational interviewing including: the spirit of motivational interviewing; the  four processes in motivational interviewing; eliciting change talk; and assessing readiness and ambivalence.
  2. Demonstrate the skills of motivational interviewing (OARS) to elicit information from patients: Open ended questions; Affirmations; Reflecting listening; and Summary statements.
  3. Explain the importance of incorporating motivational interviewing into clinical practice and the relevance for physicians to learn these skills in medical training.
  4. Develop a teaching plan to facilitate a motivational interviewing seminar for clinical clerks and/or residents using a variety of tools and exercises.
  5. Identify opportunities for clinical teaching of MI skills to clinical clerks and residents and practice teaching these skills in a small group setting.

Facilitators

  • Peter Selby, MBBS, CCFP, FCFP, MSSc, dip ABAM, DFASAM from CAMH
  • Kim Lazare, MD, CCFP, MScCH 
  • Christopher Gilchrist, MD, CCFP 
  • Azadeh Moaveni, BSc, MD, CCFP

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Location

Department of Family and Community Medicine
500 University Ave - Main Floor, Room 132

Contact

Kim Lazare, MD, CCFP, MScCH kim.lazare@mail.utoronto.ca
2017-05-30 12:00:00 2017-05-30 20:30:00 UTC Learning and Teaching Motivational Interviewing Faculty will be introduced to the principles of motivational interviewing (MI), and become prepared to teach MI skills to clerks and residents in a clinical setting. Learning Objectives Identify and explain the core concepts and approaches in motivational interviewing including: the spirit of motivational interviewing; the  four processes in motivational interviewing; eliciting change talk; and assessing readiness and ambivalence. Demonstrate the skills of motivational interviewing (OARS) to elicit information from patients: Open ended questions; Affirmations; Reflecting listening; and Summary statements. Explain the importance of incorporating motivational interviewing into clinical practice and the relevance for physicians to learn these skills in medical training. Develop a teaching plan to facilitate a motivational interviewing seminar for clinical clerks and/or residents using a variety of tools and exercises. Identify opportunities for clinical teaching of MI skills to clinical clerks and residents and practice teaching these skills in a small group setting. Facilitators Peter Selby, MBBS, CCFP, FCFP, MSSc, dip ABAM, DFASAM from CAMH Kim Lazare, MD, CCFP, MScCH  Christopher Gilchrist, MD, CCFP  Azadeh Moaveni, BSc, MD, CCFP REGISTER ONLINE   500 University Ave - Main Floor, Room 132 - Department of Family and Community Medicine Department of Family & Community Medicine discovery.commons@utoronto.ca
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