British Association for Sexual Health and HIV & British HIV Association (2012) UK National Guidance on Safer Sex Advice provides evidence based guidance on the content of safer sex advice and the format and delivery of brief behaviour change interventions deliverable in GUM clinics. Much of the advice is applicable to other healthcare settings including general practice and clinics providing HIV care. More and more brief interventions are used within Sexual Health Community outreach settings too. This is an interactive workshop in the use of motivational interviewing(MI) as a strategy for behavioural change.
Entry and Admissions
Short Course / CPD
No Partner College
Wednesday 21st February 2018, 9am-12pm
This course is aimed at nurses, midwives, health visitors, school nurses and clinical support staff.
An interactive workshop in the use of motivational interviewing as a strategy for behavioural change.
Who Should Attend?
Sexual Health Community outreach workers, Nurses, Midwives, health visitors, school nurses and others.
Learning Environment & Assessment:
At the end of this morning session participants
- Will have an understanding of the theory behind Motivational Interviewing as a brief intervention communication technique.
- Understand how useful this be at promoting healthful behaviour change even in the shortest of consultation times.
- Demonstrate application of this technique to gain deeper insight and ability to utilise Motivation interviewing in practice.
The Sexual Health Team at UCLan incorporates sexual health nursing specialists and community outreach specialists who bring a wealth of experience over many years working within sexual health services and some continue to do so as an integral part of remaining current in supporting client groups in a variety of sexual health settings.
Learning outcome & aims
At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
Identify and explore factors which may lead to the facilitation of behaviour change in individuals and communities reducing the spread of sexually transmitted infections and HIV.
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Attendee feedback from last workshop session:
‘Brilliant training – clear and concise, thank you!’
‘Well presented, very informative’
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