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Integration of Motivational Interviewing with Other Intervention Modalities in HIV Care 

Integration of Motivational Interviewing with Other Intervention Modalities in HIV Care
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Integration of Motivational Interviewing with Other Intervention Modalities in HIV Care
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Marcia M. Holstad

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780190619954.003.0015
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date: 28 January 2022

Motivational interviewing (MI) has been effective in promoting HIV self-management behaviors in people (both adolescents and adults) living with HIV. The most frequently studied behaviors are medication adherence, safer sex, alcohol use, and substance use. MI has also been effectively used to reduce smoking and depression/anxiety. Often MI is combined with other modalities such as cognitive behavior therapy, health education techniques, group methods, and emerging technology. This chapter discusses MI in combination with other modalities and provides examples for providers to incorporate MI into patient communication to promote self-management behaviors.

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