Using the multi-theory model of health behavior change to identify correlates of change in substance use behavior in a mental health clinic-based sample

@article{Claros2020UsingTM,
  title={Using the multi-theory model of health behavior change to identify correlates of change in substance use behavior in a mental health clinic-based sample},
  author={Edith Claros and Vinayak K. Nahar and Milad Mafi and Carol Ann Eliadi and Sherief Abu-Moustafa and Manoj Kumar Sharma},
  journal={Journal of Substance Use},
  year={2020},
  volume={25},
  pages={555 - 560}
}
ABSTRACT Background: Substance use is a chronic disorder that requires lifelong multimodal management. This study utilized the Multi-Theory Model (MTM) of Health Behavior Change to identify correlates of change in substance use behavior. Methods: Data were collected, using a cross-sectional design, from 93 participants who completed treatment at a substance use treatment facility. Participants completed a 40-item, newly developed, self-administered questionnaire, grounded on relevant substance… 

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