An evaluation of a brief motivational interviewing training course for HIV/AIDS counsellors in Western Cape Province, South Africa.
Evangeli, Michael; Engelbrecht, Sarah-Kate; Swartz, Leslie; Turner, Karen; Forsberg, Lisa; Soka, Nosiphiwo.
; 21(2): 189-96, 2009 02.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-19229688
No reductions and some improvements in South African lay HIV/AIDS counsellors' motivational interviewing competence one year after brief training.
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