Watch VOPP: Brief Motivational Interviewing: https://kumc.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=b52f41fa-939f-4331-a98c-ac3001428219
Here is the link to the youtube video in the presentation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URiKA7CKtfc
Perinatal Services BC. (n.d). Introduction to brief motivational interviewing.
Souders, B. (2021, January 21). 17 motivational interviewing questions and skills. PositivePsychology.com.
You are a nurse in the emergency department at the local hospital. One of your patients today is a 17 year old female named Ali who came in with a forehead
laceration. The laceration occurred when the patient hit her head on the steering wheel as her car rear-ended the vehicle in front of her. The patient states “I
was texting my friend that I was running late. When I looked up, the vehicle in front of me had stopped and I barely had time to hit the brakes on my car.”
The driver from the vehicle Ali hit is also in the emergency department due to neck and back pain following being rear-ended. You are concerned about Ali’s
safety and the safety of other drivers in regard to her texting while driving. When you ask Ali about how she feels about texting and driving after the accident,
she states, “I didn’t ever think something like this would happen to me. I wonder if the other driver is alright. Last I saw, he was being taken somewhere in the
What stage of change do you think Ali is in?
What will you say to Ali to help her think about moving to the next stage of change?
What professional communication techniques can you use in your conversation with Ali?
Write out at least three different statements you would use in your conversation with Ali? (Hint: think about open-ended questions and active listening)
Be sure to use and properly cite at least one supporting source in your responses to these questions. You may write out the answers, create a Panopto, VOPP,
or PowerPoint presentation.