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For each, identify: name/credentials 1. Jennifer S. Pendley, PhD/co-director, division of pediatric behavioral health/(http://eds.b.ebscohost.com.proxy.kennesaw.edu/eds/detail/detail?vid=3&sid=2f9b517d-ebf6-498b-85a2-cb41dedbf523%40sessionmgr101&bdata= JnNpdGU9ZWRzLWxpdmUmc2NvcGU9c2l0ZQ%3d%3d#AN=2017-55264-001&db=pdh) 2. Eve K. Mościcki, Sc.D., M.P.H/psychiatric epidemiologist/(https://cph.temple.edu/eve-moscicki)
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The hospital's motto states superior service equals quality outcomes. The hospital believes that the strength of the staff and the relationships with partners in the community will ensure positive results (Rutland Regional Medical Center, 2016). The hospital functions as an open system and responds to feedback from internal and external sources. The core values of the organization guide the change process to guarantee the maintenance of relationships, partnerships, and the hospital's survivability (Collins & Porras, 1996).
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As physiotherapists, we should use the motivational interviewing strategy to understand our patients needs and desires and then to put a tailored plan in place. Physiotherapists need to recognise the importance of using motivational interviewing to drive behaviour change. The use of open and closed questions, reflective listening and positive body language will show real and genuine appreciation of the patient’s struggles and difficulties. Summarising at the end of an appointment is also a fundamental step in establishing high adherence. This will enable a patient to listen to their own story and to show that the physiotherapist has understood what the patient is going through.
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Perhaps the best definition of EBP was one given by David Sackett et al. (1996) “ EBP is the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of the individual patient. It means integrating individual clinical expertise with the best available external clinical evidence from systematic research” (p.71). The method varies according to the particular area in which a professional works. For example, a medical practitioner might prove treatment effectiveness not only through proven trails, his knowledge, judgment and personal experience but also through the use of trustful external evidence-based resources, such as Cochrane Library, Best Evidence, Evidence –Based Medicine among others.
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1. What is your understanding of the Advance Directive for Healthcare and how does your facility (current or past) deal with the issue? There are two different types of Advance Directives, a Health Care Power of Attorney and a Living Will. An advance directive is a proactive legal document a patient fills out in advance making their wishes know in regards to complicated health care decisions in case they are unable to make the decisions for themselves for some reason. This document appoints a health care power of attorney to make the decision on the patient behalf if they are unable