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AIDS Patient Care STDS. 2007 Oct;21(10):753-62.

HIV-related stigma in health care settings: a survey of service providers in China.

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  • 1Semel Institute-Center for Community Health, UCLA, Los Angeles, California 90024, USA. lililili@ucla.edu

Abstract

We examined how individual and institutional factors in health care settings affected discrimination toward persons with HIV/AIDS. A representative sample of 1101 Chinese service providers was recruited in 2005, including doctors, nurses, and laboratory technicians. Multiple regression models were used to describe associations among identified variables, the relationships with HIV-related personal prejudicial attitudes, and perceived institutional support and discrimination at work. Multivariate analyses revealed that respondents' general view of persons living with HIV/AIDS and their perceived levels of support from their institutions regarding protection procedures were both important predictors for discrimination intent. Perceived institutional support varied according to age, gender, ethnicity, and training background. A better understanding of HIV-related discrimination in health care settings requires consideration of both individual and institutional factors.

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