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Effectiveness of Brief Counseling in Reducing HIV Risk Behavior in Injecting Drug Users: Final Results of Randomized Trials of Counseling with and Without HIV Testing

Gibson DR, Lovelle-Drache J, Young M, Hudes ES, Sorensen JL. AIDS and Behavior 1999; Volume 3; Issue 1; Page 3-12
Disease [?] HIV/AIDS
Race / Ethnicity [?] African American, Latino, White
Cultural Targeting [?] No
Strategies / Levels / Modes:
Strategy Strategy Providing Psychological Support: Therapy
Level Level Patient
Mode Mode In-person - One-on-One