Topic: Changing the Conversation around Medication Use: Understanding and Promoting the Factors that Influence Positive Behavior
Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2018
This Medication Safety Learning and Action Network (LAN) Event was open to beneficiaries, families, healthcare providers, practitioners, partners, and Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organizations.
This Medication Safety Learning and Action Network (LAN) Event featured both patient and healthcare professional speakers who explored best and promising practices around medication-taking behavior. Topics included how to identify factors that affect medication-taking behavior, how language can be used to support a positive patient-provider relationship, and strategies to promote best practices. This event addressed gaps in the discussion about the importance of using collaborative, person-centered language to encourage positive health behaviors, such as taking medications. Watch the recording to learn more!
- Identify factors that may impact a patient’s decisions about taking medication
- Learn how language can support patient-provider collaboration around medication use
- Describe examples of person-centered and strength-based strategies to communicate about medication use for patient understanding and empowerment
Slides & Recorded Presentation:
Meet the Speakers:
Randy Fenninger, JD
CEO, National Blood Clot Alliance
Jane Dickinson RN, PhD, CDE
Program Director and Faculty – Master of Science in Diabetes Education and Management Program
Teachers College Columbia University