What barriers?



When people exper­i­ence stigma and dis­crim­in­a­tion, they are less likely to seek health care in the first place  delay­ing dia­gnos­is and treat­ment or  don’t return to health care for fol­low up and mon­it­or­ing.

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Confidential and working drafts


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Documents and Publications



Stigma Indicators Monitoring
Project: Summary Report


UNSW


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Stigma Indicators Monitoring Project
People living with hepatitis C


UNSW


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Stigma Indicators Monitoring Project
Health workers


UNSW


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Stigma Indicators Monitoring Project
People living with HIV


UNSW


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Data completeness, stigma and discrimination: proposed activities for ASHM: Removing Barriers


Kirsty Machon, ASHM


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Poor access to pharmacotherapy will jeopardise eliminating hepatitis C in Australia


Pen­ning­ton Insti­tute


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Shared planning towards common
goals: Workshop Outcomes Report


AHHA


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Addressing Systemic Barriers, Stigma and Discrimination Surrounding HIV and Viral Hepatitis: Averting Late Diagnoses and Disease Progression


ASHM


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