Recommended reading

On the Stages of Change Model

Applications of Transtheoretical (Stages of Change) Model in Studying Attitudes and Behaviors of Adults with Hearing Loss: A Descriptive Review
Manchaiah,Vinaya, Hernandez, Barbara Michiels, Beck, Douglas L. (2018). Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, Volume 29 Number 6. June 2018.

Measuring motivation using the transtheoretical (stages of change) model: A follow-up study of people who failed an online hearing screening
Ingo, Elizabeth, Brännström, K. Jonas, Gerhard Andersson, Lunner, Thomas, and Laplante-Lévesque, Ariane. (2016). International Journal of Audiology.

Applying the Stages of Change to Audiologic Rehabilitation
Laplante-Lévesque, A. (2015) The Hearing Journal. Vol 68, 6. 8-10, 12.

Application of the Stages-of-Change Model in Audiology
Babeu, Lorraine A., Kricos, Patricia B., Lesner, Sharon A. (2004). JARA.

On motivation

What do hearing healthcare professionals do to promote hearing aid use and benefit among adults? A systematic review
Ismail, Afzarini H., Munro, Kevin J., Armitage, Christopher J., and Dawes, Piers D. (2018) International Journal of Audiology.

Patient Motivation (Adult Audiologic Rehabilitation)
Clark, J.G., and Weiser, C.M. (2013). In J. Montano and J. B. Spitzer (Eds.), Adult Audiologic Rehabilitation (second edition, pp. 159-206). San Diego, California: Plural Publishing. 

Older Adults and Hearing Help-Seeking Behaviors
Saunders, G., Chisolm, T., and Wallhagen, M. (2012). Older Adults and Hearing Help-Seeking Behaviors. American Journal of Audiology, Vol. 21, 331-337.

Effective patient education: A guide to increased adherence
Falvo, D. (2010). Effective patient education: A guide to increased adherence. Jones & Bartlett Publishers.

Decision making: a psychological analysis of conflict, choice and commitment
Janis I, Mann L (1977). Free Press.

On motivational interviewing

Motivational Interviewing in Audiology: How to Become an Appreciative Ally
Citron, D. (2020). The Hearing Journal.

An Evaluation of Motivational Interviewing for Increasing Hearing Aid Use: A Pilot Study
Solheim, Jorunn, Gay, Caryl, Lerdal, Anners, Hickson, Louise, and Kvaerner, Kari. (2017). Journal of the American Academy of Audiology.

Motivational interviewing and decisional balance: contrasting responses to client ambivalence
Miller W., Rose G. (2015). Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy.

Motivational Interviewing Treatment Integrity Coding Manual 4.1
Moyers, T.B., Manuel, J.K., & Ernst, D. (2014). 

Motivational interviewing: Helping People Change
Miller, W. and Rollnick, S. (2012).

The Art of Teaching Motivational Interviewing
Berg-Smith, S.M. (1994).

On the Motivation Tools

Identifying clients’ readiness for rehabilitation within initial audiology appointments: a pilot intervention study
Ekberg K., Barr C. (2020). International Journal of Audiology.

Motivational engagement in first time hearing aid users: a feasibility study
Ferguson M., Maidment D., Russell N, Gregory M., Nicholson R. (2016). International Journal of Audiology.

Moving patients forward: motivational engagement
Clark, J. G., Maatman, C., and Gailey, L. (2012). Seminars in Hearing. 33, 35-45.

Feasibility of Implementing Motivation Tool in an NHS Audiology Clinic
Melanie Ferguson, Holly Thomas, E. Balmer, William Brassington, Naomi Russell, and Melanie Gregory (2012).

Geometry of patient motivation: Circles, lines and boxes
Clark, J. (2010).  Audiology Today, 22, 32-40.

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