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Introduction to the science of behavior change - mini lecture #acehp14

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This mini-lecture was created to support a flipped learning, pre-conference at the 2013 Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions annual conference.

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Introduction to the science of behavior change - mini lecture #acehp14

  1. 1. Brought to you by: Your Faculty: Brian S. McGowan, PhD Chief Learning Officer ArcheMedX, Inc.
  2. 2. Classic Thinking: Teaching as an Island If we teach you something, you will change. Or If I inspire you to change, you will change Or If I prompt you to change, you will change 2
  3. 3. Fox: Perceived vs Actual Needs Implications of different combinations of perceived and actual needs Actual Needs Perceived Needs High High Low • • High motivation No motivation • No learning Low • Inaccurate self-perception • No need for learning 3
  4. 4. Fogg’s Behavior Change Model 4
  5. 5. Fogg’s Behavior Grid 5
  6. 6. Practical Take-away Ask yourself, ‘What is the change you are trying to make?’ • Ensuring learners change their behavior, if so what kind? • Example: learners should increase the screening of depression in their practice • Getting faculty to change their behavior, if so what kind? • Example: Faculty should effectively leverage evidence-based teaching practices and move beyond ‘lecture for lecture’s sake’. Ensure that you employ the M x A x T model!!! • Each is a critical element of you needs assessments • Each is a critical element of your faculty development 6

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