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Telehealth Simulation With Motivational Interviewing: Impact on Learning and Practice.

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Summary of "Telehealth Simulation With Motivational Interviewing: Impact on Learning and Practice."

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act increased numbers of insured individuals and demands for health care cost reductions. A national call for nursing education to focus on health promotion activities exists. Nurse educators can address this shift in health care by including motivational interviewing (MI), a health promotion technique, in the curriculum.

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Name: The Journal of nursing education
ISSN: 1938-2421
Pages: 221-224

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