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Social learning theory and the health belief model

IM Rosenstock, VJ Strecher, M Becker Health Education \& Behavior 1988

The Health Belief Model, social learning theory (recently relabelled social cognitive theory), self-efficacy, and locus of control have all been applied with varying success to problems of explaining, predicting, and influencing behavior. Yet, there is con ceptual confusion among researchers and practitioners about the interrelationships ...

Cites in Google Scholar: 3858
Motivational interviewing with problem drinkers

WR Miller Behavioural psychotherapy 1983

Motivational interviewing is an approach based upon principles of experimental social psychology, applying processes such as attribution, cognitive dissonance, and self-efficacy. Motivation is conceptualized not as a personality trait but as an interpersonal process. The model deemphasizes labeling and places heavy emphasis on individual ...

Cites in Google Scholar: 1405
Effect of motivational interviewing-based health coaching on employees' physical and mental health status.

S Butterworth, A Linden, W McClay, MC Leo Journal of occupational health psychology 2006

Motivational Interviewing (MI) based health coaching is a relatively new behavioral intervention that has gained popularity in public health because of its ability to address multiple behaviors, health risks, and illness self-management. In this study, 276 employees at a medical center self-selected to participate in either a 3-month heal...

Cites in Google Scholar: 122
Individual counseling to promote physical activity.

J Hudec 2000

The transtheoretical model of behavior change provides a structure to use the best of many interventions to aid individuals to initiate and maintain physical activity (Prochaska, 1979). The intervention developed and evaluated in this study is a flexible series of counseling strategies aimed at helping those in the precontemplation, conte...

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Enhancing adherence to long-term medical therapy: a new approach to assessing and treating patients

S Aliotta, JJ Vlasnik, B DeLor Advances in therapy 2004

Poor adherence to medical therapy may cause as much as $100 billion in unnecessary healthcare expenses each year. Nonadherence is a complicated and dynamic problem that involves patient, medication, and prescriber factors. The Case Management Adherence Guidelines (CMAG-1) are an evidence-based algorithm that introduces concepts and strate...

Cites in Google Scholar: 41
Effects of a telephone counseling intervention on sisters of young women with breast cancer

J Bloom, S Stewart, S Chang, M You Preventive medicine 2006

Objective Women that have a first-degree relative diagnosed with breast cancer at an early age are at increased risk of the disease, yet they often lack information about their personal risk of breast cancer and early detection measures. An intervention to provide objective risk information, reduce worries, and promote screening and heal...

Cites in Google Scholar: 27
A review and synthesis of research evidence for self-efficacy-enhancing interventions for reducing chronic disability: implications for health education practice (part II)

R Marks, JP Allegrante Health promotion practice 2005

Chronic diseases such as arthritis, diabetes, and heart disease that cause pain, functional impairment, social and emotional dysfunction, and premature loss of wage earnings constitute a challenging problem for American society. In the absence of any effective cure for these frequently progressive conditions, the secondary prevention of c...

Cites in Google Scholar: 645
Systematic review of randomised controlled trials of multiple risk factor interventions for preventing coronary heart disease

S Ebrahim, G Smith Bmj 1997

Objective: To assess the effectiveness of multiple risk factor intervention in reducing cardiovascular risk factors, total mortality, and mortality from coronary heart disease among adults. Design: Systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials in workforces and in primary care in which subjects were randomly alloc...

Cites in Google Scholar: 390
Motivational interviewing

J Hettema, J Steele, WR Miller Annu. Rev. Clin. Psychol. 2005

Motivational interviewing (MI) is a client-centered, directive therapeutic style to enhance readiness for change by helping clients explore and resolve ambivalence. An evolution of Rogers's person-centered counseling approach, MI elicits the client's own motivations for change. The rapidly growing evidence base for MI is summarized in a n...

Cites in Google Scholar: 16882
Motivational interviewing: a systematic review and meta-analysis

S Rubak, A Sandbaek, T Lauritzen, B Christensen British Journal of General Practice 2005

Background Motivational Interviewing is a well-known, scientifically tested method of counselling clients developed by Miller and Rollnick and viewed as a useful intervention strategy in the treatment of lifestyle problems and disease. Aim To evaluate the effectiveness of motivational interviewing in different areas of disease and to i...

Cites in Google Scholar: 1569
Efficacy of telephone counseling for pregnant smokers: a randomized controlled trial

NA Rigotti, E Park, S Regan, Y Chang, K Perry, B Loudin, V Q... Obstetrics \& Gynecology 2006

OBJECTIVE: Reducing tobacco use in pregnancy is a public health priority. Brief smoking counseling during prenatal care is effective but generates modest cessation rates. Telephone counseling is an effective smoking cessation method that could offer pregnant women convenient access to more intensive smoking cessation counseling. METHOD...

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A randomised controlled trial of motivational interviewing for smoking cessation

R Soria, A Legido, C Escolano, A Yeste, J Montoya British journal of general practice 2006

Background Motivational interviewing is a technique used to promote change in addictive behaviour, initially used to treat alcoholism. Despite this, its effectiveness has not been sufficiently demonstrated for giving up smoking. Aim The aim of the study was to establish whether motivational interviewing, compared with anti-smoking advi...

Cites in Google Scholar: 134
Health coaching as an intervention in health management programs

SW Butterworth, A Linden, W McClay Disease Management & Health Outcomes 2007

Healthy lifestyle behaviors can prevent the onset of chronic illness and help manage existing conditions. Health coaching interventions are increasingly being incorporated into health management programs, which are implemented in a variety of settings, from physician practices to the broader population level (e.g. throughout health plans,...

Cites in Google Scholar: 75
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Health coaching: holistically empowering change

B Gorman Global Advances in Health and Medicine 2013

It's no secret that the rate and magnitude of stress in daily life, both at work and at home, are drastically affecting the health and well-being of people in our communities and around the world. People are desperate to find ways to improve their lives and feel happier, healthier, and more vibrant. Likewise, industry is clamoring to find...

Cites in Google Scholar: 4
Health coaching to improve healthy lifestyle behaviors: an integrative review

J Olsen, BJ Nesbitt American Journal of Health Promotion 2010

Objective: Chronic diseases account for 70% of U.S. deaths. Health coaching may help patients adopt healthy lifestyle behaviors that prevent and control diseases. This integrative review analyzed health coaching studies for evidence of effectiveness and to identify key program features. Data Source: Multiple electronic databases were u...

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A systematic review of the literature on health and wellness coaching: defining a key behavioral intervention in healthcare

RQ Wolever, LA Simmons, GA Sforzo, D Dill, M Kaye, E Bechard... Global Advances in Health and Medicine 2013

Primary Objective: Review the operational definitions of health and wellness coaching as published in the peer-reviewed medical literature. Background: As global rates of preventable chronic diseases have reached epidemic proportions, there has been an increased focus on strategies to improve health behaviors and associated outcomes....

Cites in Google Scholar: 91
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