Collection Details : Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care

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Stigma

  • Updated:   9/2/2021
  • Contains:  23 items
Stigma, in all of its forms, remains a significant driver of inequities across the HIV care continuum. This collection includes papers addressing HIV stigma scale development, homophobia, stigma and quality of life, and a variety of other topics.
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Intersectional Effects of Sexual Orientation Concealment, Internalized Homophobia, and Gender Expression on Sexual Identity and HIV Risk Among Sexual Minority Men of Color: A Path Analysis

Ramos, S. Raquel; Lardier, David T. Jr; Opara, Ijeoma; More

Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. 32(4):495-511, July-August 2021.

How Perceived Structural Racism and Discrimination and Medical Mistrust in the Health System Influences Participation in HIV Health Services for Black Women Living in the United States South: A Qualitative, Descriptive Study

Randolph, Schenita D.; Golin, Carol; Welgus, Hayley; More

Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. 31(5):598-605, September-October 2020.

Complexities of HIV Disclosure in Patients Newly Entering HIV Care: A Qualitative Analysis

Chapman Lambert, Crystal; Tarver, Will L.; Musoke, Pamela L.; More

Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. 31(2):208-218, March-April 2020.

The Positive Living Program: Development and Pilot Evaluation of a Multimedia Behavioral Intervention to Address HIV-Related Stigma and Depression Among African-Immigrant People Living With HIV in a Large, Northwestern U.S. Metropolitan Area

Lipira, Lauren; Nevin, Paul E.; Frey, Sarah; More

Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. 30(2):224-231, March-April 2019.

HIV-Related Stigma, Quality of Care, and Coping Skills: Exploring Factors Affecting Treatment Adherence Among PLWH in Haiti

Rubens, Muni; Saxena, Anshul; Ramamoorthy, Venkataraghavan; More

Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. 29(4):570-579, July-August 2018.

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