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Paul Faulkner

Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Resources

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disease management

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More than a decade ago, I met Dr. Paul Faulkner, the founder and then Chief Executive Officer of Resources for Living (RFL), an innovative employee assistance program located in Austin, Texas.
I was teaching a week-long course on outcome-informed work at the Cape Cod Institute in Eastham, Massachusetts. Paul had long searched for a way of improving outcomes and service delivery that could simultaneously be used to provide evidence of the value of treatment to purchasers-in the case of RFL, the large, multinational companies that were paying him to manage their employee assistance programs. Filed Under: Behavioral Health, Feedback Informed Treatment - FIT, Practice Based EvidenceTagged With: behavioral health, cdoi, cognitive-behavioral therapy, conferences, continuing education, diabetes, disease management, Dr. Paul Faulkner, evidence based medicine, evidence based practice, Hypertension, medicine, obesity, ors, outcome rating scale, practice-based evidence, public behavioral health, randomized clinical trial, session rating scale, srs, Training


Improving Outcomes in the Treatment of Obesity via Practice-Based Evidence: Weight Loss, Nutrition, and Work Productivity

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More than a decade ago, I met Dr. Paul Faulkner, the founder and then Chief Executive Officer of Resources for Living (RFL), an innovative employee assistance program located in Austin, Texas.
I was teaching a week-long course on outcome-informed work at the Cape Cod Institute in Eastham, Massachusetts. Paul had long searched for a way of improving outcomes and service delivery that could simultaneously be used to provide evidence of the value of treatment to purchasers-in the case of RFL, the large, multinational companies that were paying him to manage their employee assistance programs. Filed Under: Behavioral Health, Feedback Informed Treatment - FIT, Practice Based EvidenceTagged With: behavioral health, cdoi, cognitive-behavioral therapy, conferences, continuing education, diabetes, disease management, Dr. Paul Faulkner, evidence based medicine, evidence based practice, Hypertension, medicine, obesity, ors, outcome rating scale, practice-based evidence, public behavioral health, randomized clinical trial, session rating scale, srs, Training When Dr. Faulkner and the other folks at Resources for Living have data showing that their program has helped people keep a significant amount of weight off for (at a minimum) 2-5 years with not problematic iatrogenic side effects I'll be very interested in a look at their work.


www.scottdmiller.com

More than a decade ago, I met Dr. Paul Faulkner, the founder and then Chief Executive Officer of Resources for Living (RFL), an innovative employee assistance program located in Austin, Texas.
I was teaching a week-long course on outcome-informed work at the Cape Cod Institute in Eastham, Massachusetts. Paul had long searched for a way of improving outcomes and service delivery that could simultanesouly be used to provide evidence of the value of treatment to purchasers-in the case of RFL, the large, multinational companies that were paying him to manage their employee assistance programs. Filed Under: Practice Based EvidenceTagged With: behavioral health, cdoi, cognitive-behavioral therapy, conferences, continuing education, diabetes, disease management, Dr. Paul Faulkner, evidence based medicine, evidence based practice, Hypertension, medicine, obesity, ors, outcome rating scale, practice-based evidence, public behavioral health, randomized clinical trial, session rating scale, srs, Training When Dr. Faulkner and the other folks at Resources for Living have data showing that their program has helped people keep a significant amount of weight off for (at a minimum) 2-5 years with not problematic iatrogenic side effects I'll be very interested in a look at their work.


www.scottdmiller.com

More than a decade ago, I met Dr. Paul Faulkner, the founder and then Chief Executive Officer of Resources for Living (RFL), an innovative employee assistance program located in Austin, Texas.
I was teaching a week-long course on outcome-informed work at the Cape Cod Institute in Eastham, Massachusetts. Paul had long searched for a way of improving outcomes and service delivery that could simultanesouly be used to provide evidence of the value of treatment to purchasers-in the case of RFL, the large, multinational companies that were paying him to manage their employee assistance programs.


Obesity | Scott D. Miller, Ph. D.

www.scottdmiller.com [cached]

More than a decade ago, I met Dr. Paul Faulkner, the founder and then Chief Executive Officer of Resources for Living (RFL), an innovative employee assistance program located in Austin, Texas.
I was teaching a week-long course on outcome-informed work at the Cape Cod Institute in Eastham, Massachusetts. Paul had long searched for a way of improving outcomes and service delivery that could simultanesouly be used to provide evidence of the value of treatment to purchasers--in the case of RFL, the large, multinational companies that were paying him to manage their employee assistance programs.


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