Videos about motivational interviewing for healthcare practitioners including strategies, examples, personal views and more.
Introduction to motivational interviewing
"In this slide presentation I talk about the basic concepts of Motivational Interviewing (MI). After a brief definition, topics include: the Spirit of MI, The four basic OARS skills, and the "processes" of MI."
(Bill Matulich, 2013)
Motivational learning a resource
Experts explain their personal views of motivational interviewing.
(Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers – MINT)
Motivational interviewing in brief consultations: role-play focussing on engaging
"Demonstration of a General Practitioner engaging with a patient through motivational interviewing."
(BMJ Learning, 2014)
The effective physician motivational interviewing demonstration
A demonstration of the motivational interviewing approach in a brief medical encounter.
(MerloLab, USA, 2009)
Motivational interviewing – evoking a commitment to change
A GP works with a patient to develop a specific focus by asking open-ended questions, providing affirmation, using reflective listening and summarising (OARS). He also helps the patient to scale the importance of the issue and the patient's confidence level for change behaviour.
(Health Team Works, USA, 2009)
Motivational interviewing - resistance to change
A doctor uses motivational interviewing with a woman who did not believe she needed to join an alcoholic anonymous programme for her excessive drinking habits, which had lead her to become injured.
(Karen Joyce, USA, 2015)
Motivational interviewing in primary care
Dr. Thad Leffingwell demonstrates the use of motivational interviewing strategies during a primary care consultation with a patient who smokes.
(Dr Thad Leffingwell, 2010)