The authors explain the development and use of a behavioral Risk management strategy. It is designed for developing interventions to change behaviors, e.g., to lower the Risk of AIDS. The advantage of their strategy is said to be its structure combined with flexibility. Intervenors are not restricted to a single model in determining factors most relevant to changing Risky behavior.
Galen E. Cole, David R. Holtgrave & Nilka M. Rios, Systematic Development of Trans-Theoretically Based Behavioral Risk Management Programs, 4 RISK 67 (1993).