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Primary Care-Based Interventions to Reduce Alcohol Use among HIV Patients – DUPLICATED DO NOT ACTIVATE

This is a comparative effectiveness study of innovative intervention delivery models to reduce hazardous alcohol use among 400 HIV-infected patients recruited from a large KPNC clinic that has integrated hazardous drinking screening within the electronic medical record. We will compare in-person Motivational Interviewing to an email-assisted intervention utilizing the Intervention-Motivation-Behavioral model.

Investigator: Silverberg, Michael

Funder: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

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