Silvia Magali Cuadra-Hernández

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A qualitative and quantitative approach forms the base of this analysis of the results of "Vida Digna," a project aimed at abating stigma and discrimination in the HIV transmission field with actions taken by civil society organizations from 2005 to 2009 in the Mexican region of El Bajío. The results were analyzed in 2009 and 2010. The organizations(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyse the working conditions of physicians in outpatient clinics adjacent to pharmacies (CAFs) and their organizational elements from their own perspective. METHODS We carried out an exploratory qualitative study. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 32 CAF physicians in Mexico City. A directed content analysis technique was used(More)
OBJECTIVE In 2009, 4 749 rapid HIV tests were run in Morelos, Mexico, despite lacking evidence on their results. This article seeks to analyze how public health organization relates to utility of rapid HIV test among healthcare users. MATERIALS AND METHODS Joint study: comparison of differences in applied test and positive results for each group with the(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze the inclusion of human rights in HIV/AIDS norms in Mexico and Central America for the 1993-2000 period. MATERIAL AND METHODS Norms and regulations for HIV/AIDS prevention and control in this region were analyzed. A constructivist perspective of judiciary subsystems and human rights was used as a reference framework, to establish(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze and understand the meanings that gay men in Mexico City associate to unprotected sex such as bareback practices. MATERIALS AND METHODS Exploratory qualitative study that uses grounded theory analysis of semistructured interviews with gay men that practice bareback sex recruited through the internet. Also a documentary analysis was(More)
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