How to Motivate Patients: Nudging Rather Than Nagging
This is an on-demand webinar that was recorded on a previous date. The webinar is about 1 hour in length. You will need to watch the webinar, receive a 70% or higher passing grade on a quiz, and then complete an evaluation to receive your certificate and complete this course. You will have access to this course for 1 year, starting on the purchase date.
We have all had patients who don't seem to want to take or advice or listen to our education. This webinar will give you tips that you can use every day to help motivate patients to participate in their own care and listen to the education that you need to provide.
- Understand the importance of providing patient education.
- Discuss the difference between nudging and nagging.
- Examine the best ways to assess patient understanding of your teaching.
- Recognize the properties necessary for effective patient education materials
Tracey L. Connolly, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC, CRRN, WCC - Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, Clinical Nurse Specialist
Tracey Connolly is a Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan. She has been a nurse for 16 years and has been a CNS for 6 years. Tracey is a board member of the Rehabilitation Nursing Certification Board (RNCB), treasurer of the Greater Michigan Chapter of ARN, and past member of the new member council of the Association of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals (ASCIP). Additionally, she has served as an editor for care practice guidelines for the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA).
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