Disclosure of HIV status between spouses in rural Malawi.

@article{Anglewicz2011DisclosureOH,
  title={Disclosure of HIV status between spouses in rural Malawi.},
  author={Philip Anglewicz and Jesman Michael Ndombondombo Chintsanya},
  journal={AIDS care},
  year={2011},
  volume={23 8},
  pages={
          998-1005
        }
}
Disclosure of HIV status after HIV voluntary counseling and testing has important implications for the spread of the HIV epidemic and the health of individuals who are HIV positive. Here, we use individual and couples level data for currently married respondents from an ongoing longitudinal study in rural Malawi to (1) examine the extent of HIV status disclosure by HIV serostatus; (2) identify reasons for not sharing one's HIV status with a spouse; and (3) evaluate the reliability of self… CONTINUE READING
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