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The intersection of intimate partner violence and HIV: detection, disclosure, discussion, and implications for treatment adherence.

Sullivan, Tami P.
Top Antivir Med; 27(2): 84-87, 2019 May.
Artículo en Inglés | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31136996
Available data indicate that 55% of women and 20% of men living with HIV infection experience intimate parter violence (IPV) and that 24% of women experience abuse by their partners after disclosing their HIV serostatus. IPV increases the risk of HIV acquisition and often interferes with victims' engagement in and adherence to HIV care. The processes of integrating IPV screening as part of a health-centered approach in the HIV clinic are discussed. This article is based on a presentation by Tami P. Sullivan, PhD, at the 2018 Clinical Conference at the National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment in December 2018.