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1

What are the four principles of motivational interviewing?

Evocation
Collaboration
Autonomy
Compassion

2

What are the components of the SMART mnemonic for goal setting?

Specific
Measureable
Achievable
Realistic
Timed

3

What are the two major determinants of health?

Social factors
Individual behavior

4

What is the main goal of motivational interviewing?

Building self-efficacy

5

How does MI work?

Elicits person's own arguments for change

6

What are the four qualities of empathy?

Take perspective of others
Non-judgemental
Recognize feelings
Communicate feelings

7

What are the four stairs step processes in MI?

Engaging
Focusing
Evoking
Planning

8

What is engaging?

Process of establishing a helpful connection

9

Engagement needs to be what percent of a MI conversation?

20%

10

What is the biggest communication problem?

We listen to reply, not to understand

11

What is the focusing part of MI?

The process by which you develop and maintain a specific direction in the conversation about change

12

What is the evoking part of MI?

Eliciting a pts own motivations for change

13

What are the components of that OARS mnemonic for improving communication in health care?

Open ended questions
Affirm strengths
Reflective listening
Summarizing

14

What is the righting reflex?

Need for us to fix things

15

What are the things you want to elicit from a patient when doing MI?

Desire
Ability
Reasons
Need

16

True or false: MI is an effective technique

False-not a technique, a style of conversation