Motivational Interviewing and Healthcare with Amy Burns
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Wow this podcast is full of great information about operationalizing Motivational Interviewing in a healthcare setting. Whether you work in healthcare, are in leadership in the Healthcare industry or just love Motivational Interviewing, you will love this podcast! Guest Amy shares all about her experience helping her organization and culture shift to Motivational Interviewing.
In this Podcast we discuss:
Operationalizing Motivational InterviewingChanging CultureFidelity of Motivational InterviewingChampions of change and Motivational InterviewingCoding training (Motivational Interviewing Competency Assessment-MICA)Train the trainer programAnd so much more!
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[00:00:00] Hello, and welcome to the communication solution podcast. Here at IFIOC, we love to talk communication. We love to talk motivational interviewing, and we love talking about improving outcomes for individuals, organizations, and the communities that they serve. Today, we've got Casey Jackson. John Gilbert and I'm Tammy.
Welcome to the conversation.
John Gilbert: Welcome back everyone. We are back here for another podcast. Then we have another very special guest. That's also a director here, uh, and in my eyes quite a big wig. Her name is Dr. Amy Burns. And Amy, if you wouldn't mind for getting us started, just give us a little bit of sense of your role and anything else you'd like to share of course, but particularly your role.
And then [00:01:00] from there, we can get into how you've applied, Motivational Interviewing, your thoughts on it and how you've applied it in your world.
Amy Burns: Yeah, sure. Well, first off, I'm really, um, happy to be here this morning, talking about one of my favorite topics It's very exciting, with the "MI" Motivational Interviewing guys. Um, so, um, I am an associate program director for a psychiatry residency in Spokane Washington.
And, um, I, and my other role that I kind of created for myself, because I felt like it was important and is as the lead for motivational interviewing training for graduate medical education for all of the residency's Spokane wide. Um, yeah, so, the basically, I first got into motivational interviewing, um, teaching Medical students that were, on a [00:02:00] psych clerkship.
And, then it kind of grew from there. In part, because of all the training that I got at IFIOC, that kind of helped me give me the confidence to be able to, to expand what I learned and teach it to other physicians.
Casey Jackson: Well, and I've got to dive in because just give Tammy and John context as well too, when Amy and I connected, I mean, there was multiple things that, that kind of grew from that one was just fascinating.
Because I'd done training for physicians before. And it really was a lot of looking at it at the time, actually looking at pagers and, and waiting to get out of the training and being respectful. But Amy was just questions, questions, questions, questions, questions, because she had such a phenomenal foundation of motivational interviewing.
And since we were teaching at less from kind of the acronym side and more of the fidelity. Kind of measurement side. It just, it was just like this kind of perfect meeting of the minds. And, [00:03:00] and for me, the thing that just was, just overwhelming was when, um, she had reached out and wanted to look at training, having actually having her instructors, physician instructors go through Motivational Inter...