This FREE, half day workshop is provided by the Central West Self-Management Program in collaboration with the Institute of Healthcare Communication. It is aimed at healthcare providers, and will help clinicians become more effective in supporting clients on their journey to improve lifestyle choices and self-management of their chronic conditions. The workshop consists of mini-lectures, interactive exercises, videotaped case studies and skill practice with peers to provide clinicians with specific and efficient communication strategies that can be utilized to support client-centered care.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
· Reflect on the role of the clinician as a facilitator of change
Choices and Changes is open to all health care providers, administrators, receptionists, policy makers, community support/outreach workers, recreation therapists, healthcare students and volunteers and all other providers who support person-centered care.
The workshop is accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) and physicians who complete the training are eligible to earn up to 4 Mainpro-M1 Credits.