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The Oxford handbook of health communication, behavior change, and treatment adherence

Author: Leslie R Martin; M Robin DiMatteo
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, [2014] ©2014
Series: Oxford library of psychology.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Better health all around--this is what clinicians and patients, alike, desire. But achieving and maintaining good health can be difficult task, as this requires the adoption of behaviors, habits, and lifestyles that are challenging for a variety of reasons. Perhaps the most vital tool in the delivery of healthcare, despite its low-tech nature, is communication--it plays an important role in informing, motivating,
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Genre/Form: Handboeken (vorm)
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leslie R Martin; M Robin DiMatteo
ISBN: 9780199795833 0199795835
OCLC Number: 844789940
Description: xvi, 519 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: 1. FROM COMMUNICATION TO HEALTHY BEHAVIOR AND ADHERENCE ; LESLIE R. MARTIN AND M. ROBIN DIMATTEO ; PART ONE: THE THREE-FACTOR MODEL ; 2. BARRIERS AND KEYS TO TREATMENT ADHERENCE AND HEALTH BEHAVIOR CHANGE ; LESLIE R. MARTIN ; PART TWO: INFORMATION ; 3. HEALTH LITERACY AND INFORMATION EXCHANGE IN MEDICAL SETTINGS ; DEBRA B. KELLER, URMIMALA SARKAR, AND DEAN SCHILLINGER ; 4. THE ROLE OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION IN MEDICAL INTERACTIONS: EMPIRICAL RESULTS, THEORETICAL BASES, AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES ; MARIANNE SCHMID MAST AND GAETAN COUSIN ; 5. THE ART OF MEDICAL INFORMATION EXCHANGE ; CLAUDE RICHARD AND MARIE-THERESE LUSSIER ; 6. PARTNERING WITH AND INVOLVING PATIENTS ; REBEKAH C. LAIDSAAR-POWELL, STELLA BU, AND KIRSTEN J. MCCAFFERY ; 7. TRAINING FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IN HEALTHCARE SETTINGS ; MARCY E. ROSENBAUM AND JONATHAN D. SILVERMAN ; 8. BEYOND THE DYAD: COMMUNICATION IN TRIADIC (AND MORE) MEDICAL ENCOUNTERS ; MICHELE G. GREENE AND RONALD D. ADELMAN ; 9. SYSTEMWIDE COMMUNICATION ; ENRICO COIERA AND MEI-SING ONG ; PART THREE: MOTIVATION ; 10. HEALTH BELIEFS AND HEALTH OUTCOMES ; JOHN N. HARVEY ; 11. PERCEIVED RISK AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO HEALTH-RELATED DECISIONS AND BEHAVIOR ; ERIKA A. WATERS, AMY MCQUEEN, AND LINDA D. CAMERON ; 12. READINESS TO CHANGE AND THE TRANSTHEORETICAL MODEL AS APPLIED TO ADDICTIVE DISORDERS: A BALANCED APPRAISAL ; NICK HEATHER AND JOHANNES HONEKOPP ; 13. PERSUASION AND MOTIVATION ; JERRY SULS AND KATHRYN BRUCHMANN ; 14. THE ROLE OF CULTURE IN PROMOTING EFFECTIVE CLINICAL COMMUNICATION, BEHAVIOR CHANGE, AND TREATMENT ADHERENCE ; SARAH J. FLYNN, LISA A. COOPER, AND TIFFANY L. GARY-WEBB ; 15. COMMITMENT TO CHANGE: AN EXAMINATION OF THE MAINTENANCE OF HEALTH BEHAVIOR CHANGES ; KRISTIN P. BEALS AND JANELLA M. GODOY ; PART FOUR: STRATEGY ; 16. SOCIAL NETWORKS, SOCIAL SUPPORT, AND HEALTH-RELATED BEHAVIOR ; MARY P. GALLANT ; 17. NON-TRADITIONAL APPROACHES FOR IMPROVING ADHERENCE ; JULIET B. BENI ; 18. SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL BARRIERS TO ADHERENCE AND HEALTHY BEHAVIOR ; LESLIE R. MARTIN ; 19. TEAM-BASED TECHNIQUES FOR IMPROVING HEALTH BEHAVIOR ; CHRISTOPHER NEMETH ; 20. THE IMPORTANCE OF EFFECTIVE MEASUREMENT FOR FOSTERING CHANGE ; M. ROBIN DIMATTEO, TRICIA A. MILLER, AND LESLIE R. MARTIN ; PART FIVE: LIFE SPAN AND CO-MORBIDITY ISSUES ; 21. PEDIATRIC ADHERENCE AND HEALTH BEHAVIOR CHANGE ; DENNIS DROTAR AND JENNIFER M. ROHAN ; 22. ISSUES IN ADOLESCENT ADHERENCE AND HEALTH BEHAVIOR CHANGE ; JAN L. WALLANDER, CHRIS FRADKIN, AND SARAH M. SCOTT ; 23. ISSUES IN AGING, ADHERENCE, AND HEALTH BEHAVIOR CHANGE ; MARIE C. BRADLEY AND CARMEL M. HUGHES ; 24. ADHERENCE AND HEALTH BEHAVIOR CHANGE IN THE CONTEXT OF MENTAL HEALTH CHALLENGES ; KELLY B. HASKARD-ZOLNIEREK AND SUMMER L. WILLIAMS ; 25. MANAGING COMPLEX REGIMENS: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTEXT OF FAMILY MANAGEMENT OF PEDIATRIC DIABETES ; TIM WYSOCKI ; 26. HEALTH COMMUNICATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR REFORM AND PUBLIC POLICY ; LESLIE R. MARTIN AND M. ROBIN DIMATTEO
Series Title: Oxford library of psychology.
Responsibility: edited by Leslie R. Martin, M. Robin DiMatteo.

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