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Stigma and access to health care: case of people living with HIV/AIDS in Cameroon

"Abstract Background One of the most common concepts in research of human immunodeficiency virus infection (virus) infection from the 1980s to the 2000s is stigma. Conclusion The report shows that body normalization and stigma remain a significant barrier in accessing HIV-treated health services, which is part of a culture of secrecy. Conclusion The ambivalence of the images about HIV positive status and AIDS disease contributes to the exclusion of people living with HIV/AIDS. "Unfortunately, HIV/AIDS care for people living with HIV/AIDS is also a challenge for families living with HIV/AIDS," explains Debra.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1695959/v1


Levels of HIV/AIDS stigma and associated factors among sexually active Ethiopians: analysis of 2016 Ethiopian Demographic and Health Survey Data

"The reduction of stigma and discrimination in a population are important indicators of program's success, which focus on HIV prevention and control. " This report was designed to determine the prevalence of HIV-related stigma and its determinants among sexually active Ethiopians. Methods From the 2016 Ethiopian Demographic and Health Survey, in which two-stage cross-sectional stratified cluster sampling was used, were obtained. Ethiopians were interviewed in both rural and urban areas of Ethiopia, resulting in a total number of 28,371 sexually active Ethiopians. Both 5. 9% and 35. 65% of Ethiopians had a moderate and high degree of stigma respectively, though 51% and 35. 65% did not have a stigmatizing attitude. Conclusion Despite all efforts put into place to prevent and regulate HIV, a significant number of sexually active Ethiopians have stigmatized attitudes. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-022-13505-1


Dentistry and HIV/AIDS related stigma

METHODS One hundred and thirty-four people from Nuevo Leu00f3n, Mexico, participated in the research, "OBJECTIVE To analyze HIV/AIDS positive individuals's views and attitudes regarding dental services. Most people reported omitting their HIV serodiagnosis, and it was agreed that dentists must be trained and qualified to treat HIV-AIDS patients. The truthorial review found two dimensions: experiences of stigma and mistreatment in dental visits, as well as questions regarding patients's attitudes toward HIV serodiagnosis. CONCLUSIONS: According to the cluster report, there were three categories of people who have not experienced stigma or discrimination; the ones who haven't had those experiences; and the ones that were more concerned; and the ones who were afraid of being rejected. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1590/s0034-8910.2015049005877

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