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PDF | This study aimed to identify factors that influenced the Margareta Teli Anastasia Suci Sukmawati · Pius Almindu Leki Berek. PDF | A polarised light imaging microscopy with an addition of liquid crystal (LC) phase retarder was This is the principle used, e.g., in Berek. egy olyan frissességgel teli szerelem jön létre, amelyben a part nerek kiegészítik egymást. .. berek tudatában is számos „időzített bomba'* heverhet, ám azt so.

I can drive to the community health centre or hospital, I have a motorbike I guess maybe it is because I never think of getting tested for HIV I do not do it because I do not know at all This has often happened to many HIV positive people and I have seen it with my own eyes.

I think people do not want to get close to or make any physical contact with HIV positive ones because they do not want to get infected with HIV If I do the test and the result is positive, then sooner or later people will know it. They will start avoiding me, gossiping about me and this will worsen my condition Lack of social supports from friends and family The lack of social support played a role in influencing health seeking behaviour of the clients of FSWs. I would do it if a doctor or nurse helps me and if I am convinced that it is safe and confidential.

The engagement of clients of FSWs in sex with multiple sexual partners without using condoms reported in previous findings in Indonesia and elsewhere may put them at high risk for HIV infection [ 7 — 10 , 35 ]. The findings of the current study reveal that despite having multiple sex partners and engaging in unsafe sex, all the participants had never had an HIV test at the time of this study. As such, they did not know their HIV status for further appropriate action.

Access to HIV testing services is an important finding which is well acknowledged to be central to HIV diagnosis and an important part of HIV care continuum [ 20 , 23 ]. Although the HIV testing services were available and affordable free of charge in the study settings, they were not necessarily easily accessible to clients of FSWs in the study districts. As purported by the health accessibility framework [ 23 ], some of the participants abilities as well; for example, the ability to seek e.

After nearly 40 years after the initial emergence of HIV knowledge, the current study indicates that the fear of an HIV diagnosis was still a hindrance to accessing HIV testing services by the participants.

Further, Lahuerta and colleagues [ 21 ] and Darling and colleagues [ 19 ] have cited that HIV stigma and discrimination occur as the consequences of an HIV positive diagnosis in some populations.

Stigma and discrimination may relate to poor approachability of service providers and poor appropriateness of health care service provision [ 23 ]. Findings from studies elsewhere have shown that the lack of anonymity and confidentiality of HIV test results are important decision drivers to HIV testing [ 36 , 39 — 42 ]. In supporting the access framework and studies elsewhere [ 3 , 23 , 24 ], poor availability of ARV for HIV treatment was an additional barrier to undertaking the HIV testing for a few study participants whose perceptions were that diagnosis would not necessarily lead to HIV treatment required in the HIV care continuum.

It is well established that social support from peers, sex partners and families, including caring attitudes, accompanying to healthcare facilities for testing, and helping with transport to health facilities increases motivation for HIV testing and reduces HIV testing-related anxiety [ 37 , 47 , 48 ]. Sukmawati, P. Berek et al. Sukmawati, S. Wardojo, M. Teli, Y.

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Crutzen, and L. The findings of the current study reveal that despite having multiple sex partners and engaging in unsafe sex, all the participants had never had an HIV test at the time of this study. As such, they did not know their HIV status for further appropriate action. Access to HIV testing services is an important finding which is well acknowledged to be central to HIV diagnosis and an important part of HIV care continuum [ 20 , 23 ]. Although the HIV testing services were available and affordable free of charge in the study settings, they were not necessarily easily accessible to clients of FSWs in the study districts.

As purported by the health accessibility framework [ 23 ], some of the participants abilities as well; for example, the ability to seek e. After nearly 40 years after the initial emergence of HIV knowledge, the current study indicates that the fear of an HIV diagnosis was still a hindrance to accessing HIV testing services by the participants. Further, Lahuerta and colleagues [ 21 ] and Darling and colleagues [ 19 ] have cited that HIV stigma and discrimination occur as the consequences of an HIV positive diagnosis in some populations.

Stigma and discrimination may relate to poor approachability of service providers and poor appropriateness of health care service provision [ 23 ]. Findings from studies elsewhere have shown that the lack of anonymity and confidentiality of HIV test results are important decision drivers to HIV testing [ 36 , 39 — 42 ].

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In supporting the access framework and studies elsewhere [ 3 , 23 , 24 ], poor availability of ARV for HIV treatment was an additional barrier to undertaking the HIV testing for a few study participants whose perceptions were that diagnosis would not necessarily lead to HIV treatment required in the HIV care continuum. It is well established that social support from peers, sex partners and families, including caring attitudes, accompanying to healthcare facilities for testing, and helping with transport to health facilities increases motivation for HIV testing and reduces HIV testing-related anxiety [ 37 , 47 , 48 ].

It is plausible to indicate that the motivation to improved testing availed via social support might be a result of the lessening of fear of being avoided or rejected by significant others, known to affect people living with HIV, and as stated elsewhere, a barrier to HIV testing [ 47 , 49 , 50 ]. Trust in significant others and facilitators of HIV testing such as the provision of incentives, implementation of HIV testing at community or household level and at private testing facilities and provider-initiated HIV testing which have been reported elsewhere [ 38 , 49 , 50 ], were not mentioned by participants.

Limitations and strengths of the study The findings of the current study should be interpreted with caution due to several limitations. As such, the findings of the current study reflect the situation of the study participants in the study settings, which might be different to similar clients in other settings with different characteristics.

The use of snowball sampling technique could have also been a limitation as it might have resulted in underrepresentation of participants outside the social networks of the current study participants or from other parts or outside of the districts, leading to an incomplete overview of the barriers to accessing HIV testing among the clients.

It is therefore reasonable to be cautious and to assume that the current study findings are less likely to be transferred to clients from different sites with different characteristics. However, to our knowledge these are the first qualitative study findings on this topic, hence could be useful to inform HIV strategies and interventions for this group in the study settings or other similar settings in Indonesia. Conclusions This study reports several barriers to accessing HIV testing services among clients in the study settings.

Three levelled barriers including at: i personal, ii health care service provision, and ii societal levels, were found. The lack of knowledge about the availability of HIV testing services was a major barrier for HIV testing among study participants.Berkman, T.

I do not know what to do if I get infected. Findings from studies elsewhere have shown that the lack of anonymity and confidentiality of HIV test results are important decision drivers to HIV testing [ 36 , 39 — 42 ]. The fifth phase defined and named the themes. They will start avoiding me, gossiping about me and this will worsen my condition Lacombe-Duncan, N.

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