Health coaching interventions are effective at improving a range of health outcomes. Optimizing outcomes requires engaging the highest risk individuals in these interventions. Using data from the Health Coaching for Contraceptive Continuation (HC3) intervention, we examined whether having a prior history of an adverse reproductive event was associated with the number of health coaching visits participants attended.
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