Reducing heavy drinking in HIV primary care: a randomized trial of brief intervention, with and without technological enhancement.

@article{Hasin2013ReducingHD,
  title={Reducing heavy drinking in HIV primary care: a randomized trial of brief intervention, with and without technological enhancement.},
  author={Deborah S Hasin and Efrat Aharonovich and Ann O'Leary and Eliana Greenstein and Martina Pavlicov{\'a} and Srikesh G. Arunajadai and Rachel Waxman and Milton L. Wainberg and John E. Helzer and Barbara E Johnston},
  journal={Addiction},
  year={2013},
  volume={108 7},
  pages={1230-40}
}
AIMS In HIV-infected individuals, heavy drinking compromises survival. In HIV primary care, the efficacy of brief motivational interviewing (MI) to reduce drinking is unknown, alcohol-dependent patients may need greater intervention and resources are limited. Using interactive voice response (IVR) technology, HealthCall was designed to enhance MI via daily patient self-monitoring calls to an automated telephone system with personalized feedback. We tested the efficacy of MI-only and MI… CONTINUE READING
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