Providers and Provider Stigma
Provider Stigma: the effects of provider stigma on patient care seeking, utilization, retention in care, and outcomes.
Table of Contents
The following resources are available from the AETC NMC Electronic Library as well as repository locations of our collaborative partners. Materials are listed with most recent items first.
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- Promoting Cultural Diversity and Cultural and Linguistic Competency: Self-Assessment Checklist for Personnel Providing Services and Supports to LGBTQ Youth and Their Families
The checklist is included in a chapter entitled "Conducting Cultural and Linguistic Competence Self-Assessment" (Goode, T. & Fisher, S.), in Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Youth who are LGBTQ and their Families, Sylvia Fisher, Gary Blau & Jeffrey Poirier, editors, Brookes Publishing. It is anticipated that the book will be published in late spring/early summer.
Source: National Center for Cultural Competence, 2012
- Measuring Stigma Among Health Care Providers: The HIV/AIDS Provider Stigma Inventory
This page discusses a trio of scales, was developed in conjunction with a larger research effort designed to diminish stigmatizing attitudes and behaviors of health care professionals directed at people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA) or those suspected of bearing that status.
Source: (Society for Social Work and Research 15th Annual Conference: Emerging Horizons for Social Work Research) 2011
- Stigma: barrier to quality of life and health care
Stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS continues to be a growing obstacle to quality of life and access to health care for those infected.
Source: Deltaaetc 2011
- Health Care Providers' Reports of Perceived Stigma Associated with HIV and AIDS in Rural and Urban Communities
Over 1,500 rural and urban providers in Alaska and New Mexico responded to our survey assessing their perceptions of stigma associated with HIV/AIDS. Findings indicated that providers perceive HIV/AIDS as highly stigmatized and stigmatized more than other physical and mental illnesses. Perceptions of HIV/AIDS stigma varied across community sizes, with highest levels in rural communities and lower levels in urban, small urban, and small rural communities.
Source: JHSS 2010
- Study on HIV Related Stigma and Discrimination Among People Living with HIV/AIDS and their Family Members
This article addresses the perceived stigma and discrimination and received stigma and discrimination as well as the differences and reasons of them among people living with HIV/AIDS and their family members.
Source: PubMed 2010
- Measuring the degree of HIV-related stigma and discrimination in health facilities and providers. Working Report
This report presents the findings from an internet-based survey designed to validate the items in the Health Facility and Provider Stigma Measurement Tool. The goal was to assess the validity of items designed to measure the key drivers of stigma.
Source: USAID 2010
- Attitudes of US physician assistants toward persons with HIV/AIDS
This study was designed to assess the attitudes of practicing US physician assistants towards person with HIV/AIDS.
Source: JAAPA 2010
- Experiences of stigma and discrimination among adults living with HIV in a low HIV-prevalence context: a qualitative analysis
This study explores participants' experience with stigma and discrimination in social and health care settings and their behavioral and emotional responses.
Source: Pubmed 2009
- Combating HIV stigma in health care settings: what works?
The purpose of this review paper is to provide information and guidance to those in the health care setting about why it is important to combat HIV-related stigma and how to successfully address its causes and consequences within health facilities.
Source: Pubmed 2009
- Stigma and Health Policy The USAID | Health Policy Initiative 2010
This paper discusses Provider stigma in the healthcare setting.