The perceived and experienced barriers and reported consequences of Hiv positive status disclosure by people living with Hiv to their partners and family members in Djibouti
Kajura, Naaman N.
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This was a descriptive qualitative study. Eight people living with HIV, four of which had disclosed their status, were individually interviewed. Two focus group discussions (each comprising 6 participants) were also conducted with health workers. The study was based at an urban TB hospital which is currently providing a range of HIV-related services including HIV Voluntary Counseling and Testing, case management and treatment.