Conceptual framework of dimensions of individual-level HIV stigma affecting health of HIV+ people

This conceptual framework highlights how unique dimensions of individual-level HIV-related stigma (perceived community, experienced , internalized , and anticipated stigma) may differently affect the health of those living with HIV. It could inform future research and interventions aiming to address stigma as a driver of HIV-related health. (M. Johnson, Sheri Weiser, CAPS/PRC)

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