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Name
Label/Question

Subject ID

Subject ID - Case Identification number.

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Age

Age of respondent at time of interview. Collapsed variable to protect respondent confidentiality.

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Sex of respondent

Sex of respondent.

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Ethnicity (dichotomous)

Respondent's ethnicity. Collapsed variable to protect respondent confidentiality.

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Marital/Partner Status

Marital or partner status at time of interview.

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Length of cohabitation with spouse/partner - years

Length of cohabitation with respondent's spouse or partner at time of interview. Collapsed variable to protect respondent confidentiality. ... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Living arrangements

Living arrangements of respondent at time of interview.

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Highest degree

Highest degree respondent obtained prior to interview.

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Current employment status

Current employment status of respondent at time of interview.

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Current monthly income

Best estimate of respondent's monthly income at time of interview.

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Medicaid in past month

From time of interview: Did respondent recieve Medicaid in the past month?

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

HIV exposure

Respondent's HIV risk exposure factors

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

HIV status

Respondent's HIV status (HIV+ or AIDS) at time of interview

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

In many areas of my life, no one knows that I have HIV (2)

HIV Stigma Scale This study asks about some of the social and emotional aspects of having HIV. For most of the questions, just circle the letters or numbers that go with your answer. There are no right or wrong answers. Feel free to write in commen... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

I feel guilty because I have HIV (3)

HIV Stigma Scale This study asks about some of the social and emotional aspects of having HIV. For most of the questions, just circle the letters or numbers that go with your answer. There are no right or wrong answers. Feel free to write in commen... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

People's attitudes about HIV make me feel worse about myself (3)

HIV Stigma Scale This study asks about some of the social and emotional aspects of having HIV. For most of the questions, just circle the letters or numbers that go with your answer. There are no right or wrong answers. Feel free to write in commen... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Telling someone I have HIV is risky (2,4)

HIV Stigma Scale This study asks about some of the social and emotional aspects of having HIV. For most of the questions, just circle the letters or numbers that go with your answer. There are no right or wrong answers. Feel free to write in commen... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

People with HIV lose their jobs when their employers find out (4)

HIV Stigma Scale This study asks about some of the social and emotional aspects of having HIV. For most of the questions, just circle the letters or numbers that go with your answer. There are no right or wrong answers. Feel free to write in commen... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

I work hard to keep my HIV a secret (2,3)

HIV Stigma Scale This study asks about some of the social and emotional aspects of having HIV. For most of the questions, just circle the letters or numbers that go with your answer. There are no right or wrong answers. Feel free to write in commen... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

I feel I am not as good a person as others because I have HIV (3)

HIV Stigma Scale This study asks about some of the social and emotional aspects of having HIV. For most of the questions, just circle the letters or numbers that go with your answer. There are no right or wrong answers. Feel free to write in commen... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

I never feel ashamed of having HIV (3)

HIV Stigma Scale This study asks about some of the social and emotional aspects of having HIV. For most of the questions, just circle the letters or numbers that go with your answer. There are no right or wrong answers. Feel free to write in commen... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

People with HIV are treated like outcasts (4)

HIV Stigma Scale This study asks about some of the social and emotional aspects of having HIV. For most of the questions, just circle the letters or numbers that go with your answer. There are no right or wrong answers. Feel free to write in commen... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Most people believe that a person who has HIV is dirty (4)

HIV Stigma Scale This study asks about some of the social and emotional aspects of having HIV. For most of the questions, just circle the letters or numbers that go with your answer. There are no right or wrong answers. Feel free to write in commen... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

It is easier to avoid new friendships than worry about telling someone that I have HIV (2,3,4)

HIV Stigma Scale This study asks about some of the social and emotional aspects of having HIV. For most of the questions, just circle the letters or numbers that go with your answer. There are no right or wrong answers. Feel free to write in commen... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

Having HIV makes me feel unclean (3)

HIV Stigma Scale This study asks about some of the social and emotional aspects of having HIV. For most of the questions, just circle the letters or numbers that go with your answer. There are no right or wrong answers. Feel free to write in commen... (view details)

Taken from: HIV Stigma in a Population of Adults Age 50 and Over in the Pacific Northwest, 2003-2005.

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