Self-Management Resources for Professionals (Haga clic aquí para recursos para proveedors de salud)
These tools are specifically designed for health care professionals who specifically work with individuals who have chronic health conditions.
AHRQ’s Effective Healthcare Programs(Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality)
MAOP Partner Resources/Publications (Missouri Arthritis and Osteoporosis Program)
(American Medical Association)
(Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)
Improving the Screening, Prevention, and Management of Hypertension: An Implementation Tool for Clinic Practice Teams (Washington State Department of Health)
Hypertension Control – Action Steps for Clinicians (Million Hearts Campaign – CDC)
Measure Up Pressure Down: Provider Toolkit to Improve Hypertension Control (American Medical Group Foundation)
Heart Disease Resources for Public Health Professionals (PublicHealth)
Stroke Community Resources and Patient Education (American Heart Association)
Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (Exercise is Medicine)
Increasing Physical Activity Among Adults with Disability (CDC – National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities)
(American Chronic Pain Association)
Apps for Nurses (OnlineLPNtoRN.org)
Rural Obesity Prevention Toolkit (Rural Assistance Center)
Center for Healthy Aging – Chronic Disease Resources (National Council on Aging)
Center for Healthy Aging – Falls Prevention Resources (National Council on Aging)
Hope At Work Blog (Worksite Wellness) (Hope Health)
The National Diabetes Prevention Program Training Curriculum (CDC – National Diabetes Prevention Program)
Missouri State Rehabilitation Council for the Blind – Annual Report 2011 (Department of Social Services – Rehabilitation Services for the Blind)
Make Action Plans (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality)
Patient Education Fact Sheet: Arthritis (The Patient Education Institute, Inc.)
Action Plan Example (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality)
Adult Initial Health History (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality)
Adult Return Visit Update (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality)
Find Clinical Trials for Rheumatoid Arthritis (Healthline)
Follow-Up from Your Visit (American Chronic Pain Association)
This list, though thorough, is not complete. If you would like more suggestions on specific activities or techniques for self-management and physical activities, please contact your Regional Arthritis Center Coordinator, or the Missouri Arthritis and Osteoporosis Program.
If you have self-management resources you would like to be shared on this site, please contact the Missouri Arthritis and Osteoporosis Program.
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