Introduction: Using Evidence-Based Cognitive and Behavioral Principles to Improve HIV-Related Psychosocial Interventions
Review articleOpen access
2014/05/01 Editorial DOI: 10.1016/j.cbpra.2013.12.006
Journal: Cognitive and Behavioral Practice
Highlights•HIV-related behavioral interventions focus on reducing unprotected sex or improving medication adherence or quality of life.•Cognitive behavioral principles have formed the basis for many efficacious HIV-related behavioral interventions.•Current HIV-related behavioral interventions combine treatment of existing mental health problems or novel delivery systems.•This special series presents detailed “how to” information of a variety of cutting-edge HIV-related behavioral interventions.
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