The ability to communicate with your patients is a core medical skill that requires essential behavior change training and skills. Communication and interpersonal skills involve the ability to obtain information to diagnose accurately, counsel appropriately, give therapeutic instructions, and build a compassionate relationship with the patient.
Behavior Change Skills is a comprehensive course designed to impart the knowledge and practical skills necessary to facilitate positive behavior change in individuals and communities.
This certificate course covers various topics, including the theories and models of behavior change, communication skills, goal setting and motivation, and behavior modification techniques. Throughout the course, you will explore the behavioral skills underlying a successful practitioner–patient relationship and motivational interviewing principles. These are used to target the patient's self-efficacy and value beliefs. In addition, you will also learn to apply cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to develop long-term behavioral and cognitive techniques to disrupt these unhealthy behavioral patterns.
The Behavior Change Skills course is developed to provide a tutor-based modular progressive learning, allowing for easy comprehension and demonstration of the communication methods required to improve your behavior change skills. Additionally, expert discussions, sample telephonic interviews, and graded assignments allow you to apply your learning in practice.
Upon completing this course, you will be awarded a certificate in Behavior Change Skills, enabling you to fast-track your career to serve better the communities in which you practice.
Medvarsity has now tied up with some of the leading Non-Banking Financial Companies to extend financial support to you by offering loans for various courses.
Loan can be availed from Non-banking Financial Company (NBFCs) – Propelled and Eduvanz Non-banking Financial Company (NBFCs) may charge you interest rate or pre-closure amounts as per their policy. Loan approval is at the discretion of the financial institution and is subject to their terms and conditions.