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Figure 1. From: HealthCall: Technology-based extension of Motivational Interviewing to reduce non-injection drug use in HIV primary care patients: a pilot study.

Flow of study participants in study of HealthCall enhancement of Motivational Interviewing: New York City HIV primary care patients who were non-injection drug users

Efrat Aharonovich, et al. AIDS Care. 2012 December;24(12):1461-1469.
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Figure 3. From: HealthCall: Technology-based extension of Motivational Interviewing to reduce non-injection drug use in HIV primary care patients: a pilot study.

Days used primary substance (log-transformed), by treatment group and time point: New York City HIV primary care patients who were non-injection drug users

Efrat Aharonovich, et al. AIDS Care. 2012 December;24(12):1461-1469.
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Figure 2. From: HealthCall: Technology-based extension of Motivational Interviewing to reduce non-injection drug use in HIV primary care patients: a pilot study.

Sample patient feedback form: graph and summary statistics based on prior 30 days of IVR calls 1
1 Study of HealthCall enhancement of Motivational Interviewing: New York City HIV primary care patients who were non-injection drug users; data collected August 2008–February 2009; “primary amount” in figure legend refers to amount (in dollars) of use of primary substance reported on the call to HealthCall on each day that the patient called HealthCall.

Efrat Aharonovich, et al. AIDS Care. 2012 December;24(12):1461-1469.

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