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The syndemic effects of intimate partner violence, substance use, and depression on HIV risk among Indonesian women who inject drugs: findings from the Women Speak Out study

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Background: Women who inject drugs face vast disparities in health outcomes relative to their counterparts in the general population, most notably in HIV. Intimate partner violence (IPV) victimisation has a detrimental individual effect on women’s HIV risk behaviour. Furthermore, IPV often co-occurs with substance use and poor mental health among women in high-income countries, but little is known about the cumulative and interactive effects of these conditions on women’s HIV risk b...

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Centre for Evidence-Based Intervention, University of Oxford
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University of Oxford

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