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Closing the motivation gap with health management programs
Posted on Sep 30, 2013 | Written by Edward Framer, Ph.D. | Comments (0)
Last week I presented “Closing the motivation gap: A new behavior change approach to engage the disengaged in health management programs” at the Health Enhancement Research Organization forum in Orlando.
Below are a series of short videos that capture key talking points from this presentation about why motivation isn’t enough to change employee health behaviors and insights into how to shift health promotion to engage more of the population in health improvement.
Why motivation is rarely enough to change behaviors
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Reinforcers vs. incentives for employee health behavior change
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Inside HealthFitness’ behavior model
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Ed is the director of health and behavioral sciences. He brings expertise in health assessments, behavior analysis, health psychology, incentives and health promotion/disease prevention interventions. A behavioral psychologist with a doctorate in clinical psychology, he has been involved in the development of health assessments for more than 25 years.