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Implementing Computer-Assisted Motivational Intervention (CAMI)
Implementation last updated: 2014
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Materials and forms to support implementation
The participant completed a survey about her pregnancy prevention practices. Using the survey results, the CAMI software program assessed the participant’s willingness to adopt lifestyle changes aimed at preventing another pregnancy and the participant’s risk for repeat pregnancy and for contracting a sexually transmitted infection.
During pre-service training, each counselor was videoed delivering a session. The interview was assessed using the Motivational Interviewing Process Code, and the counselors were required to achieve a level of motivational interviewing proficiency.
CAMI counselors completed service delivery forms documenting completion of contacts, content of contact, and contact time and location.
The information contained on this page was last updated in May 2014. Recommended Further Reading lists the sources for this information. In addition, the information contained in this profile was reviewed for accuracy by Dr. Beth Barnet from the University of Maryland on April 21, 2014. HomVEE reserves the right to edit the profile for clarity and consistency.