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  1. Get Up, Stand Up! Self-Management Support for Chronic Conditions Alex J. Reed, PsyD, MPH Director of Behavioral Health Education

  2. Learning Objectives • Discuss the benefits of self-management support for primary care patients with chronic diseases. • Explore techniques to eliciting and developing brief action plans. • Describe techniques for implementing self-management support strategies for primary care settings.

  3. What is Self-Management?

  4. What works for self- management? • Involve people in decision making • Emphasize problem solving • Develop care plans as a partnership between patients and providers/professionals • Promoting and negotiating healthy lifestyles and educating people about how to self-manage • Motivating people to self manage using targeted approaches and structured information and support DeSilva, 2011, “Helping People Help Themselves”

  5. What types of support work?

  6. What types of support work?

  7. What types of support work?

  8. What Types of Support Work: Defining the Problem

  9. What Types of Support Work: Making Decisions

  10. What Types of Support Work: Action Planning

  11. A Word About Self-Efficacy

  12. How To Proceed in Your Practice

  13. Create Your Own Action Plan • What is the problem? • List ideas to solve the problem? • List what are you going to do? • How much will you do? • When will you do this? • How often will you do the activity?

  14. References • Desilva, R. (2011). Evidence: Helping people help themselves. London: The Health Foundation. • Bodenheimer, T., Abramowitz, S. (2010). Helping patients help themselves: How to implement self-management support. California Healthcare Foundation. • Lorig, K., Holman, H., Sobel, D., Laurent, D., Gonzalez, V., Minor, M. (2012). Living a healthy life with chronic conditions. Boulder: Bull Publishing Co.