October 2014
Drug Topics;Oct2014, Vol. 158 Issue 10, p54
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The article discusses motivational interviewing that pharmacists can use to engage patients in their health and lead to improved cardiovascular outcomes. Topics discussed include the definition of motivational interviewing as a patient-centered and collaborative using a directive counseling style eliciting and strengthening the patient's internal motivation for change and its goal to remove any doubt a patient may have toward change and build on the patient's pre-disposition toward change.


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