Practical one-day workshop:
Brief motivational interventions in health care
09h00 AM – 17h00 PM
(Welcome and registration 08:00 – 09:00)
Open to all health care providers
This 1-day workshop will be of interest to health care practitioners with an interest in talking with patients about change, whether this be about smoking, eating and other lifestyle behaviors, or addiction, medication use, or clinic attendance.
To provide an overview of and introduction to motivational interviewing and demonstrate its potential for use in everyday healthcare settings. Participants will get an opportunity to practice basic skills as well as observe videos and live demonstrations.
English, exercises in English and French
- Steve Rollnick
- Cristiana Fortini
- Jean-Bernard Daeppen
Separate registration, 180 CHF (lunch included)
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current direct employment by the corporate alcohol industry precludes registration.
2-hour workshop for researchers
Studying brief interventions mechanisms
Moderation, mediation, and moderated mediation analyses
15h00 – 17h00 PM
Are you interested in studying the mechanisms of efficacy of brief interventions or interested in factors likely to impact an intervention’s effect? Join us for the INEBRIA 2016 Special workshop on moderation, mediation, and moderated mediation analyses.
Participants will learn how to design a conceptual framework of intervention potential mechanisms, and how to test these by running moderation, mediation, and/or moderated mediation analyses.
This workshop is intended for a non-statistician audience. It will focus on practical analyses and not on statistical theory. Basic knowledge on linear regression analyses is recommended.
Participation is free for INEBRIA 2016 attendees but registration is mandatory.
To register, please email email@example.com
For more information, please email Jacques.Gaume@chuv.ch