1993. 4 p.
Authors: 
McCusker, J.
Stoddard, A. M.
Zapka, J. G.
Lewis, B. F.
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American Journal of Public Health
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This study compares the behavioral impact of informational vs enhanced small-group educational interventions among 407 drug users in a 21-day detoxification and rehabilitation program in Massachusetts, U.S.A. Sexual and drug-related behavior were analyzed using logistic regression at a follow-up visit after the program. Among users at lower risk, the enhanced approach was more effective at reducing injection-related risks associated with HIV transmission. Among users at higher risk, the informational approach was more effective. The enhanced approach was also more effective in reducing cocaine use. No difference in sexual behavior was observed between the two approaches.
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