Tailored Motivational Interviewing (TMI): A Pilot Implementation-Effectiveness Trial to Promote MI Competence in Adolescent HIV Clinics

TitleTailored Motivational Interviewing (TMI): A Pilot Implementation-Effectiveness Trial to Promote MI Competence in Adolescent HIV Clinics
Publication TypePublication
Year of Publication2022
AuthorsTodd L, MacDonell K, Naar S, Carcone AIdalski, Secord E
JournalAIDS Behav
Volume26
Issue1
Pagination183-187
Date Published2022 Jan
ISSN1573-3254
KeywordsAdolescent, Clinical Competence, HIV Infections, Humans, Motivational Interviewing
Abstract

<p>This brief report describes results of piloted Tailored Motivational Interviewing (TMI). Tailoring focused on site-specific training needs, target patient behaviors, and implementation facilitators and barriers that staff anticipated. Participating staff (N = 31) at two adolescent HIV clinics completed a pre-training qualitative interview (N = 27), and MI competency assessments based on three pre- and six post-training standard patient role-plays (N = 27). Results included pre- to post-training MI competence improvement (t (153) = - 4.13, p ≤ 0.001) and change in competency category distribution (X = (2, N = 155) = 15.72, p ≤ 0.001), providing initial support for the implementation of TMI in adolescent HIV clinic settings.</p>

DOI10.1007/s10461-021-03369-8
Alternate JournalAIDS Behav
PubMed ID34241760
Grant ListR34 MH103049 / MH / NIMH NIH HHS / United States
1U19HD089875 / / national institute of child health and human development /
1R34MH103049-01A1 / MH / NIMH NIH HHS / United States