Behavior Change Training for Nurses
Engaging patients to adhere and follow a clinical pathway is one of the toughest challenges in the industry. Care Innovations® now offers continuing education for nurses to gain the techniques and tools necessary to provide behavioral coaching for patients.Learn More
- 1Describe behavioral problems in health care.
- 2Effectively use motivational interviewing.
- 3Coach patients through stages of behavior change.
The course is designed for telehealth nurses, but nurses of all specialties are welcome to register.
- Understanding the Problem
- Achieving Behavior Change in Healthcare
- Clinician-Coach Skills
- Common Challenges
- Questions & Answers
2.75 contact hours
3 hours, including a 15-minute break
Dates and Times
- Coming Soon!
Maureen Glynn, MA, iMFT
Senior Director, Research & Compliance
Maureen Glynn is Senior Director of Research and Compliance for Care Innovations. In this role, she is responsible for healthcare initiatives to connect the care continuum into the home. One of her focus areas is driving behavior change in healthcare.
She joined Care Innovations at the company's formation in January 2011. Prior to that, she worked for twenty-eight years at Intel Corporation, where she held various technical and management positions.
Maureen is currently completing a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a focus on the neuroscience of behavior. Maureen received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Cambridge, England, and also has a Masters in Counseling Psychology.
Behavior Change Training FAQs
Q: What is continuing education and why is it being offered?
A: Continuing education for nurses, also referred to as CE for nurses, is required by most states for nursing license renewal. We have decided to offer CE training, because we want to give nurses the tools to help patients comply with their health programs from home.
Q: Who can register for Care Innovations continuing education?
A: Our nurse training program is designed specifically for telehealth nurses, but nurses of all specialties are welcome and encouraged to participate for credit.
Q: Is the training only offered live via webinar?
A: Yes, this is a live webinar.
Q: Is there an examination following the course?
Q: Will I be given any supplemental materials?
A: Yes. You will receive a copy of the presentation, agenda, and helpful handouts before the webinar takes place.