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Overcoming Patient Reluctance: An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (MI) with David Citron

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1.  The abbreviation "MI," as used in this podcast, stands for:
  1. Motivational interviewing
  2. Motion index
  3. Magnetic induction
  4. Medial incus
2.  A common behavior associated with reluctance is:
  1. Hostility
  2. Ambivalence
  3. Anger
  4. Joy
3.  Another behavior associated with reluctance is:
  1. Embarrassment
  2. Resistance
  3. Confidence
  4. Timidity
4.  MI is best defined as:
  1. A flexible “person-centered counseling style for addressing … ambivalence about change”
  2. A top-down, paternalistic approach to patient care
  3. A highly sophisticated form of therapy that requires special training
  4. An improvisational approach to care where anything goes
5.  A final emotion or behavior associated with reluctance is:
  1. Eagerness to get help
  2. Pensive attitude
  3. Resistance to change
  4. Impatience with status quo

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