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Using information, motivational enhancement, and skills training to reduce the risk of HIV infection for low-income urban women: a second randomized clinical trial

Carey MP, Braaten LS, Maisto SA, Gleason JR, Forsyth AD, Durant LE, Jaworski BC. Health Psychology 2000; Volume 19; Issue 1; Page 40979
Disease [?] HIV/AIDS
Race / Ethnicity [?] African American, Not Specified, White
Cultural Targeting [?] No
Strategies / Levels / Modes:
Strategy Strategy Providing Psychological Support: Therapy
Level Level Community
Mode Mode In-person - Group