Compares the issue of social stigma affecting people with HIV/AIDS in the United State and in South Africa. Posits that stigma is more of an interpersonal problem in the United States, while it is a huge barrier to access to care in South Africa. Data was compiled through personal conversations and experiences in South Africa during June 2009, interviews with health professional and community members in Rhode Island during the fall of 2009, and reading of the professional literature.
Fonseca, Ana I., "A Descriptive Review of Health Care Providers Perspective on Stigmatization of HIV/AIDS Patients: United States and South Africa" (2009). Honors Projects Overview. 31.
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