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Naar-King S, Parsons JT, Murphy DA, Chen X, Harris DR, Belzer ME. Improving health outcomes for youth living with the human immunodeficiency virus: A multisite randomized trial of a motivational intervention targeting multiple risk behaviors. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine [Internet]. 2009 [cited *1];163:1092-1098. Available from:
DiClemente CC, Marinilli AS, Singh M, Bellino LE. The role of feedback in the process of health behavior change. American Journal of Health Behavior [Internet]. 2001 ;25:217-227. Available from:
Martins RK, McNeil DW. Review of motivational interviewing in promoting health behaviors. Clinical Psychology Review [Internet]. 2009 ;29:283-293. Available from:
Berdoz D, Conus MK, Daeppen JB. [Helping patients with risky health behaviors: Some suggestions for motivational interviewing]. Revue Medicale Suisse [Internet]. 2005 ;1:2453-2456. Available from:
Miller WR. Enhancing patient motivation for health behavior change. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation [Internet]. 2005 ;25:207-209. Available from:
Scott WJ, McIlvain H. Interactive software: An educational/behavioural approach to smoking cessation for pregnant women and their families. Tobacco Control [Internet]. 2000 [cited *5];9:iii56-iii57. Available from:
Naar-King S, Lam P, Wang B, Wright K, Parsons JT, Frey MA. Brief report: Maintenance of effects of motivational enhancement therapy to improve risk behaviors and HIV-related health in a randomized controlled trial of youth living with HIV. Journal of Pediatric Psychology [Internet]. 2008 [cited *1];33:441-445. Available from:
Lopez LM, Tolley EE, Grimes DA, Chen-Mok M. Theory-based interventions for contraception. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews [Internet]. 2009 [cited ]:CD007249. Available from:
Elliot DL, Goldberg L, Duncan TE, Kuehl KS, Moe EL, Breger RK, DeFrancesco CL, Ernst DB, Stevens VJ. The PHLAME firefighters' study: Feasibility and findings. American Journal of Health Behavior [Internet]. 2004 [cited *1];28:13-23. Available from:
van Keulen HM, Mesters I, Brug J, Ausems M, Campbell M, Resnicow K, Zwietering PJ, van Breukelen G, van Mechelen W, Severens JL, et al. Vitalum study design: RCT evaluating the efficacy of tailored print communication and telephone motivational interviewing on multiple health behaviors. BMC Public Health [Internet]. 2008 [cited *35];8:216. Available from:
Shinitzky HE, Kub J. The art of motivating behavior change: The use of motivational interviewing to promote health. Public Health Nursing [Internet]. 2001 ;18:178-185. Available from:
Brown RL, Oriel K. Teaching motivational interviewing to first-year students. Academic Medicine [Internet]. 1998 ;73:589-590. Available from:
Kelly CW. Therapeutic enhancement: Nursing intervention category for patients diagnosed with readiness for therapeutic regimen management. Journal of Clinical Nursing [Internet]. 2008 ;17:188-191. Available from:
Ossman SS. Motivational interviewing: A process to encourage behavioral change. Nephrology Nursing Journal [Internet]. 2004 ;31:346-347. Available from:
Yevlahova D, Satur J. Models for individual oral health promotion and their effectiveness: A systematic review. Australian Dental Journal [Internet]. 2009 ;54:190-197. Available from:
Gache P, Fortini C, Meynard A, Reiner Meylan M, Sommer J. [Motivational interviewing: Some theoretical aspects and some practical exercises]. Revue Medicale Suisse [Internet]. 2006 ;2:2154, 2156-62. Available from:
Johnston BD, Rivara FP, Droesch RM, Dunn C, Copass MK. Behavior change counseling in the emergency department to reduce injury risk: A randomized, controlled trial. Pediatrics [Internet]. 2002 [cited *1];110:267-274. Available from:
Waldrop J. Behavior change in overweight patients. Motivational interviewing as a primary care intervention. Advance for Nurse Practitioners [Internet]. 2006 ;14:23-28. Available from:
Poirier MK, Clark MM, Cerhan JH, Pruthi S, Geda YE, Dale LC. Teaching motivational interviewing to first-year medical students to improve counseling skills in health behavior change. Mayo Clinic Proceedings [Internet]. 2004 ;79:327-331. Available from:
Rubak S, Sandbaek A, Lauritzen T, Borch-Johnsen K, Christensen B. General practitioners trained in motivational interviewing can positively affect the attitude to behaviour change in people with type 2 diabetes. One year follow-up of an RCT, ADDITION Denmark. Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care [Internet]. 2009 [cited *1];27:172-179. Available from:


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