Predictors of HIV stigma among health workers in the Cape Coast metropolis, Ghana

May 07, 2020

 A total of 331 health workers of different categories participated. Respondents’ personal opinions on HIV, fears/worries of getting infected and category of staff {F(3,327)= 23.934 p<0.00 }, R2 = 0.180) significantly predicted their stigmatizing behaviour. Compared to other health workers, nurses had higher scores for stigmatizing behaviour.  Journal of Public Health in Africa


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