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COVID-19 has caused significant morbidity and mortality in Vermont and worldwide since the start of the pandemic. Wearing cloth face masks has been proven to limit viral spread, but few studies have quantified how many people are wearing masks or what their reasons are for doing so. This study aimed to assess and encourage mask use in Franklin County, Vermont by piloting an in-office motivational interviewing intervention at a primary care office.
St. Albans Primary Care
COVID-19, mask, Vermont, motivational interviewing
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Community Health and Preventive Medicine | Medical Education | Primary Care
Peterson, Ashleigh N., "A Motivational Interviewing Approach Toward Mask Wearing in Franklin County, Vermont" (2020). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 575.