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Role of Motivational Interviewing in Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

Antoine Douaihy M.D. is Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine. He is a recognized expert in motivational interviewing. Joining him is his intern in clinical Psychology, Cassie Boness MS. Vaccine hesitancy threatens nationally needed Covid herd immunity. Motivational interviewing is a very useful approach for enlisting reluctant persons in self-change. Discussed here are the parameters and techniques of motivational interviewing as this applies to Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy.

Released: 5/12/21

References

Gagneur A, Motivational Interviewing. A powerful tool to address vaccine hesitancy: CCDR 46 (2020) Pgs. 93-97

Fisher, KA, Bloomstone SJ, et.al. Attitudes Toward a Potential SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine: Annals of Internal Medicine 173 (2020) pgs. 964-973 (Appendix)

Rosenbaum, L, Escaping Catch 22-Overcoming Covid Vaccine Hesitancy: New England Journal of Medicine 384;14 (2021) pgs. 1367-1371

Preprint (Dr. Douaihy)

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