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Module 8: Provider-Patient Oral Health Education

Module 8: Provider-Patient Oral Health Education

November 2013
Author:
IHIP
HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau

60 minutes

Materials Needed:

  • Computer and compatible  LCD  projector to play the  PowerPoint presentation
  • Copies of the handout (should be printed out and distributed to each person).

Summary

This module provides recommendations for providers seeking to educate their patients about the components of a basic oral health care plan, the role of proper dental hygiene for oral and total systemic health, the importance of home dental care, and the management of pain related to oral disease and treatment.

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

SLIDES 1–20: Provider-Patient Education

  • These slides are from the “Oral Health Care Patient Education” PowerPoint presentation prepared for the AIDS Education and Training Center National Resource Center by Diana Travieso Palow, MPH, MS, RN; Jeanne Adler, MSN, ARNP-C; Carol Stewart, DDS, MS; and Claudette Grant, MEd, CCRC, RN. These slides review components of a basic oral care plan, the role of proper dental hygiene for oral and systemic health, the importance of home dental care, and the management of pain. The presentation is available at: www.aidsetc.com/aidsetc?page=etres-display&resource=etres-542.

SLIDES 2-3

SLIDES 4-9

SLIDES 10-15

SLIDES 16-20

SLIDE 21: Motivational Interviewing: Knowledge is Power

Slides  21–42  are  adapted from “Motivational Interviewing: A technique for inspiring change,” a PowerPoint presentation prepared as a training for the SPNS Oral Health Initiative grantees by Laura Fizek, LICSW. These slides review the principles and benefits of motivational interviewing as a tool for patient behavior change. The full presentation is available at: http://echo.hdwg.org/sites/default/files/MI%20Oral%20Health%20dentist.pdf.

SLIDE 22: 6 Stages of Change

This picture illustrates the 6 stages of change that patients will go through when they change health behavior.

SLIDE 23: 6 Stages of Change Defined

This slide defines each of the 6 stages of change, which are  cognitive  and behavioral.

SLIDES 24–42: Motivational Interviewing

SLIDES 24-26

SLIDES 27-32

SLIDES 33-38

SLIDES 39-42

The Trainer can utilize the full motivational interviewing training for providers accessible at this link [Add additional 45 minutes to training]: http://echo.hdwg.org/sites/default/files/MI%20Oral%20Health%20dentist.pdf.

HANDOUTS

Print out copies of these documents and distribute to participants:

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