Intimate partner violence and correlates in pregnant HIV positive Nigerians

  title={Intimate partner violence and correlates in pregnant HIV positive Nigerians},
  author={Oliver Chukwujekwu Ezechi and Chidinma Vivian Gab-Okafor and Dan Ifeanyi Onwujekwe and Rosemary A. Adu and Eva Amadi and Ebiere C. Herbertson},
  journal={Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics},
To determine the prevalence, types and correlates of intimate partner violence (IPV) in pregnant Nigerian living with HIV. Cross sectional study. HIV positive pregnant women. A large HIV comprehensive treatment centre. A cross sectional study of 652 HIV positive pregnant Nigerians seen at Nigerian Institute of Medical Research, Lagos, Nigeria over a 24 months period. Prevalence of intimate partner violence after HIV diagnosis. Among the women interviewed, 423 (65.8%) reported abuse. In 74.0% of… CONTINUE READING


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