July 19, 2007
Study: Computer Surveys Cut Risky Behavior
People with HIV who took a computer survey on whether their behavior puts others at risk for HIV infection were likely to reduce any such risky behavior, according to a study in the journal AIDS Care. These self-assessments require only a few lap-top computers and cost less than in-person counseling, which can be time-consuming and sometimes intimidating for clients.
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