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How to Do a 15 Minute (or Less) Family Interview
Featuring real-life clinical scenarios, Wright and Leahey demonstrate key family nursing skills such as how to use manners to engage families in a short period; how to start therapeutic conversations…
Interviewing an Individual to Gain a Family Perspective with Chronic Illness - A Clinical Demonstration
A brief clinical interview honors the notion that illness is a family affair and demonstrates skills for how to assess the impact of chronic illness on one's life and relationships…
How to Intervene with Families with Health Concerns
Focus on intervention and change! Wright and Leahey demonstrate interventions in three new clinical interviews: encouraging the telling of illness narratives, validating affect, drawing forth family strengths/support, encouraging respite, offering…
How to Use Questions in Family Interviewing
Increase your interviewing skills by using questions that are effective and time-efficient! Wright and Leahey demonstrate how to use questions that engage all family members and focus the meeting, assess…
Common Errors in Family Interviewing - How to Avoid and Correct
How to avoid and correct errors in family interviewing is essential for relational practice and for healing to occur. Interviewing skills are demonstrated in new actual clinical vignettes. Specifically shown…
Tips and Microskills for Interviewing Families of the Elderly
An interview with a clinician and two senior children at the time of their mother's transition to a care facility demonstrates the microskills to assist families of the elderly with…
Family Nursing Interviewing Skills
Through this film "Family Nursing Interviewing Skills: How to Engage, Assess, Intervene, and Terminate with Families", observe the four stages of a family nursing interview from engagement through termination. Wright…
Calgary Family Assessment Model - How to Apply in Clinical Practice
The co-developers of the Calgary Family Assessment Model (CFAM), Drs. Lorraine M. Wright and Maureen Leahey demonstrate the Calgary Family Assessment Model (CFAM) in clinical practice. Highlighting the structural, developmental,…

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Common Errors in Family Interviewing - How to Avoid and Correct
Part of the Series: Family Nursing collection
How to avoid and correct errors in family interviewing is essential for relational practice and for healing to occur. Interviewing skills are demonstrated in new actual clinical vignettes. Specifically shown is how to create a context for change and work collaboratively with all family members in the room without taking…
Family Nursing Interviewing Skills
Part of the Series: Family Nursing collection
Through this film "Family Nursing Interviewing Skills: How to Engage, Assess, Intervene, and Terminate with Families", observe the four stages of a family nursing interview from engagement through termination. Wright and Leahey define and demonstrate key perceptual, conceptual, and executive skills; show how to apply these skills in family nursing…
Alzheimer's Disease Level 1 : Is it Delirium or Dementia?
Explores several successful methods for dealing with residents who have altered mental status. These methods will make your job easier, even rewarding, and calm the concerns of the family members.
In SicknessĀ andĀ In Health
Unexpected illness can strike a family at any time. In this video, three different families share their insights and pain on caring for and living with a major illness. George and Nancy Mairs circular care for one another has seen them through thirty years of illness, encompassing Nancy's MS and…
Young People and Mental Health
Mental health problems affect one in five of us every year, and many of these conditions first affect people during their teenage years. Anxiety disorders, depression and other forms of mental illness are highly distressing and confusing for the person who experiences them, and for their families and friends too.…
Cystic Fibrosis: Adults with Cystic Fibrosis (CF)
Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is the most common, life threatening genetic disorder in Caucasians. CF causes the body to produce abnormally thick and sticky mucus in several different parts of the body, most prominently in the lungs and other parts of the respiratory system. It also affects the pancreas, leading to…
Health Promotion: Health Policy
Part of the Series: Health Promotion Collection
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. What is the point of raising awareness about health lifestyles in in a social context which spawns poverty, unemployment, pollution, discrimination and disempowerment? Michele Kosky, Western Australian Health Consumers' Council, and Mark Goggin, Western Australian AIDS Council, discuss the relative…
Health Promotion: Wellness
Part of the Series: Health Promotion Collection
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. Dr Grant Donovan, Wellness Officer, Western Australian Ministry of Sport and Recreation, puts the case for the 'Wellness Movement', arguing that health promotion has been too involved with disease avoidance and with professionally defined health needs. In contrast, 'Wellness' is…
Bringing Families Together for our Client's Sake
Learn strategies to help resolve family conflicts and empower families to be involved in their parents care even from a difference. We will demonstrate ways to help blended families work together for the common good of the family.
Alzheimer's Disease For Assisted Living Facilities: Level I
A must for health care workers in assisted living facilities. Understand Alzheimer's Disease through the family's eyes with interviews from family members and staff.
Calgary Family Assessment Model - How to Apply in Clinical Practice
Part of the Series: Family Nursing collection
The co-developers of the Calgary Family Assessment Model (CFAM), Drs. Lorraine M. Wright and Maureen Leahey demonstrate the Calgary Family Assessment Model (CFAM) in clinical practice. Highlighting the structural, developmental, and functional categories of CFAM in clinical interviews, they present examples of specific questions the nurse can ask the family,…
How to Use Questions in Family Interviewing
Part of the Series: Family Nursing collection
Increase your interviewing skills by using questions that are effective and time-efficient! Wright and Leahey demonstrate how to use questions that engage all family members and focus the meeting, assess the impact of the illness/problem on the family, elicit family coping strategies/strengths, intervene and invite change, and request family feedback.…