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dc.contributor.authorPlatt, L
dc.contributor.authorGrenfell, P
dc.contributor.authorFletcher, A
dc.contributor.authorSorhaindo, A
dc.contributor.authorJolley, E
dc.contributor.authorRhodes, T
dc.contributor.authorBonell, C
dc.identifier.citationSex Transm Infect 2012 Oct 30en
dc.identifier.urihttp://fl 000_com/prime/contributor/evaluate/article/717963418
dc.description.abstract3 Dec 2012 I Confirmation, Good for Teaching, Systematic Review I Meta-analysis Advanced Sign out I have picked this evaluation because it focuses on the special needs of migrant female sex workers (FSWs), in particular those in Sub-Saharan Africa, where the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections (STls) and HIV is high and the health infrastructure is insufficient to respond to these problems. In addition, migrant FSWs might initially be too afraid to immediately seek medical help in the 'new country' due to the fear of being apprehended for real or perceived reasons. By the same token, they might not have access to male or female condoms, but may have a high incidence of partner change and unprotected sex. Fear of stigma and discrimination might also keep them away from appropriate services.en
dc.titleSystematic review examining differences in HIV, sexually transmitted infections and health-related harms between migrant and non-migrant female sex workers.en
local.publisherCenter for HIV Prevention and Research, University of Nairobien

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