Breaking the Chains of Diabetes Non-Adherence sixth Annual Diabetes Summit Saturday April fourth, 2009 Program Adopted

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Breaking the Chains of Diabetes Non-Adherence 6 th Annual Diabetes Summit Saturday April 4 th , 2009 Program Adopted from CMAG Case Management Adherence Guidelines – Version 2 Cynthia Batcher RN, BSN, PHN, CCM Integrated Care Collaboration  Austin, Texas 804-2090 ext.210  cbatcher@icc-centex.org

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Ever Wonder Why you are not listened?

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Write your responses to these inquiries in the edges of your freebees! Consider every one of the autos you've driven (really determined, not simply envisioned about driving), and record your top choice. Consider and record one of the best dinners you've ever eaten. Consider and record the best outing you've at any point taken. Idea from "Add the Element of Surprise to your Classroom" by Robert Dancik

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Now bring the paper with the inquiries in your grasp hold it before you and turn it one full upset clockwise. At that point close your correct eye and read your answers.

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You have quite recently preformed a "Hemispheric Shift" This activity killed the left half of the mind – intelligent and scientific – so that the correct side can engage the thoughts that are displayed. The correct side takes in and utilizes thoughts that are strange, nonlinear, and imaginative. The left side reveals to us that setting aside the opportunity to accomplish something with the data is inefficient, liberal, and not vital and makes us feel remorseful. So killing the left side gives consent to!!!!!!

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Accomplishments of the Shift Quick approach to separate people from distractions of their reality. Permits the customer to concentrate on what you are putting forth and help them access their correct side of the mind. Takes into account complete – keeps the individual withdrawing to what is known – opens the psyche to end up distinctly eager to end up in a good place. Without change in a people perspective, potential outcomes go unnoticed and unused.

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Motivational Interviewing or MI is a procedure with particular systems that address tolerant resistance and irresoluteness with the end goal of making cacophony. Disharmony then prompts to changes in conduct. MI is tolerant focused and takes next to zero extra time and can receive extraordinary benefits as far as making self motivational conduct, adherence, and treatment results. By getting comfortable with MI ideas you will add an intense apparatus to your stockpile. Rollnick S, Mason P, Butler C, Health Behavior Change – a guide for experts. Edinburgh, Scotland: Churchill Livingstone; 1999.

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Note the Difference Between Psychosocial and Biomedical Approach for Change! Customarily, human services suppliers have utilized a biomedical way to deal with persuade patients to roll out particular conduct improvement. We instruct the patient and expectation that they do it. Consistence The Psychosocial demonstrate varies in that the association between the supplier and patient is seen as a meeting of specialists with the end goal of achieving a concurrence on activity. At last it is the patient's choice and activities that outcome in a significant and enduring conduct change. Adherence Understand that regard from the patient is not guaranteed; it must be earned.

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Basic Rule! Abstain from belligerence with patients about the requirement for change! Lets hone: "I have revealed to you a few circumstances that it is so essential to take your drug. Why not do it?" "I have seen that you have missed a few dosages of your pharmaceutical. Is there something going on that I can help you with?"

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Resistance Behavior When resistance happens it is not negative result. Resistance can take a few structures: Negating Blaming, pardoning, limiting, unwillingness to change Arguing Hostility, testing Interrupting Ignoring Resistance flags a potential developing condition of discord. Properly tending to the purposes behind resistance, prompts to genuine investigation of potential outcomes for change.

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What is Dissonance? Cacophony is a watched or perceived error between the patient's practices held qualities and mentalities. Essentially, people don't care for disharmony in their lives and once remembered they will find a way to determine it. The reason for MI is to make cacophony in the patient so that the requirement for self-change is figured it out.

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Example: Julie likes to garden and play with her grandchildren. Be that as it may, she turns out to be shy of breath from smoking. This makes an inconsistency between the conduct (smoking) and esteem (taking an interest in her quality exercises). This error brings about discord and accordingly a craving to change (quit smoking). By stopping the conduct that created the discord, error is settled and Julie has aligned her conduct back with her qualities.

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Other Tools for MI Collaboration: Spend less time giving exhortation and additional time making inquiries. Questions pick up a level of comprehension about the patient's level of irresoluteness or imperviousness to changes in conduct that are important to accomplish a given objective.

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Health Literacy MI is about educated decisions. It is critical and moral that the patient comprehends the data gave and how it identifies with their circumstance and treatment. It is fundamental that human services suppliers are perceptive of wellbeing education issues and make proper move by surveying the patient. Device to utilize is a REALM-R Examiner In low education circumstances, the utilization of straightforward analogies can help the supplier increase comprehension or knowledge from the patient.

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Question – Response – Question Elicit – Provide - Elicit Information is inspired from the patient so that the supplier can comprehend mentalities, convictions, qualities, and status to change. After data is inspired, the supplier can give data or information to incite inconsistency, or, at the perfect time, proposals for change that might be helpful to the patient in evolving practices. After data is given, the supplier again evokes more data from the patient to decide concerns or new inquiries that surface.

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Five Principles of Motivational Interviewing R oll with resistance E xpress compassion A void argumentation D evelop disparity S upport self-viability

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Rolling with Resistance Rolling with resistance permit the supplier to remain concentrated on settling basic issues raised by the patient while abstaining from becoming involved with a trap of opposition. Case: Patient: " I don't have to take those pills. Despite the fact that my lipid levels are high as can be, I can finally relax!" Reply: I trust you keep on feeling great and you keep on having your lipid levels occasionally checked. You just gave sympathy, and opened the entryway for error and disharmony while maintaining a strategic distance from an impossible to win contention about the estimation of pills to a patient who feels fine.

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Expressing Empathy The capacity to express sympathy is basic to setting up and keeping up affinity with the patient. Having the capacity to express sympathy is an essential aptitude to show understanding and looking after others. Remember that compassion be nonjudgmental notwithstanding when the patient is occupied with a conduct that is unmistakably unfavorable to wellbeing.

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Empathetic Listening and Responding "NOT" Ordering, coordinating, directing Warning or undermining Giving guidance, proposals, arrangements Persuading or addressing Moralizing, lecturing settling, recuperating, and changing over) Disagreeing, judging, condemning, or pointing the finger at Agreeing, endorsing, or applauding Shaming, deriding, or naming Reassuring, identifying, or comforting Questioning or testing

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Developing Discrepancy Techniques: I. Ask the patient what is great (positive) about a specific conduct (e.g., not taking pharmaceuticals as recommended) and what is awful about a similar conduct. By rehashing back the positives and negatives set forward by the patient, with examination of each in detail, disparity and cacophony will rise. II. Address the patient about their objectives in taking a specific drug. What this does is fortify, in the patient's brain, the requirement for taking the drug all the time. At the point when explored with regards to past adherence conduct, fortification can be a stimulator of inconsistency and discord.

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Staying in Tune with the Patient Supports self-adequacy If the patient specifies a positive expectation (expected to enhance adherence), it is essential to perceive this and help move the patient towards the coveted conduct. Tolerant: "I truly should do my glucose checks all the more consistently." Response that backings self-viability "I am happy you are worried about your wellbeing". Follow up promptly by inspiring " Can we take a couple of minutes to investigate a few things that may be useful with doing your sugar checks?"

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Get in the Habit of Celebrating Success with Your Patients and Make a Positive Behavioral Change that Melts the Iceberg.

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