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Putting it into practice: Implementing Healthy Habits in your practice
It is important to consider how you will identify and attract suitable patients to the initiative. Below are some examples of how you could achieve this:
Healthy Habits can be used by anyone; however, some patients will be more suitable than others. Through pilot testing, we have found that patients with the following characteristics tend to get the most out of Healthy Habits. Please note, patients do not have to meet all these requirements to participate.
Healthy Habits is typically suitable for patients who:
It is important to also determine how ready or open each patient is to change. The Patient Pathways provides further details to help assess patients and understand their commitment to a healthier lifestyle. Patients who are in early stages of behaviour change (contemplation and preparation) would be well suited. The Patient Pathways provides advice for you to support patients at all stages of change.