Putting Prevention into Practice (Short Form): Slide Presentation

This PowerPoint® presentation is created for a 60 minute class period. A longer form, consisting of twice as many slides, is also available through AHRQ.
  1. Putting Prevention into Practice (Short Form)
  2. Acknowledgements
  3. Thoughts on Prevention
  4. Objectives
  5. Why Prevention?
  6. Levels of Prevention
  7. The Role of Evidence Based Medicine
  8. What the Grades Mean
  9. Implementing Wellness Interventions
  10. Counseling Strategies
  11. New Federal Initiatives Change in Reimbursements
  12. Tools for Different Audiences
  13. Download the ePSS
  14. Using the ePSS in a clinical setting-an example:
  15. Using the ePSS in a clinical setting-an example: (continued)
  16. Case 1: Male, 57 y/o, smoker, sexually active
  17. Case 1: Male, 57 y/o, smoker, sexually active (continued)
  18. Case 2: Male, 77 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active
  19. Case 2: Male, 77 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active (continued)
  20. Case 3: Male, 17 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active
  21. Case 3: Male, 17 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active (continued)
  22. Patient Case 1
  23. Patient Case 1 (continued)
  24. Patient Case 1 (continued)
  25. Patient Case 2
  26. Patient Case 2 (continued)
  27. Patient Case 2 (continued)
  28. For More Information
Current as of October 2011
Internet Citation: Putting Prevention into Practice (Short Form): Slide Presentation. October 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/quality-resources/tools/ppip/ppipshort.html