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Putting it into practice: Implementing Healthy Habits in your practice
It can be challenging to integrate a new initiative into your practice without disrupting your usual workflows – Healthy Habits has been designed to minimise this impact and compliment the way practices already work. Here are three examples of how Healthy Habits can be worked into common general practice consultations.
As part of the patient’s chronic disease management, it is determined that Healthy Habits would be beneficial to the patient. Below is an example of how Healthy Habits could be worked into this patients’ care.
A patient has undergone a Health Assessment or Heart Health Check and you determine the Healthy Habits initiative would be beneficial to the patient as part of their chronic disease management. Here is an example of how Healthy Habits could be worked into this patients’ care.
A patient notices a Healthy Habits poster or brochure in your waiting room and asks the reception staff for more information. This patient is motivated to make lifestyle changes and initiates a conversation about Healthy Habits as part of a routine appointment. Below is an example of how the Healthy Habits initiative can be run when the patient is not being managed under a chronic disease plan.