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Connie Davis uses her expansive knowledge of patient and healthcare providers to illuminate the importance of Brief Action Planning and the role it plays in supporting people's activity in their own health and wellness.
You will be able to:
- Describe how Brief Action Planning supports people to be more actively involved in health and wellness
- Contrast Brief Action Planning with usual care
- Describe research foundations for Brief Action Planning
Connie Davis, MN, ARNP, RN
Connie Davis is a nurse practitioner specializing in care of the elderly and the Program Director of the non-profit Centre for Collaboration, Motivation, and Innovation (CCMI). CCMI provides expertise in a stepped-care approach to self-management support, including training health care professionals, reaching out to the public and designing patient-centered care systems. Connie is a trainer of master educators for the Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management Program, a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers and adjunct clinical faculty for the University of British Columbia School of Nursing. Connie is a fellow at the Center for Advancing Health based in Washington DC, an organization that focuses on increasing patient engagement in health and health care. Connie was the quality improvement lead for Patients as Partners in British Columbia and clinical director at the MacColl Institute for Healthcare Innovation that developed the Chronic Care Model. The focus of Connie’s work is on improving interactions between clinicians, patients and families. She is the author or co-author of publications on health promotion, chronic illness care, quality improvement, and self-management support.
This event is co-sponsored by CIRPD, Pain BC and The Canadian Pain Coalition.
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