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HIV-Infected African Parents Living in Stockholm, Sweden: Disclosure and Planning for Their Children's Future

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HIV-Infected African Parents Living in Stockholm, Sweden: Disclosure and Planning for Their Children's Future

Auteurs : Ann-Sofie Sander ; Anders Björkman ; Erik Belfrage ; Elisabeth Faxelid

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Abstract

In Sweden, most HIV-infected parents are of African origin. The present study explored the frequency of HIV-infected African parents' disclosure of their status to their children and custody planning for their children's future to identify support needs among these families. Semistructured interviews were conducted with 47 parents (41 families). The study population included first-generation immigrants, with a total of 87 children less than 18 years of age. Only women had disclosed their HIV status, and only to eight of 59 children older than six. Half of the parents had talked to someone about future custody arrangements. These parents had more contact with a social worker at the social welfare office and with a medical social worker at the HIV clinic. Most parents (30) wanted their children to be cared for by a relative in Sweden or by their HIV-negative partner. Neither disclosure nor custody planning was associated with clinical status or antiretroviral treatment. This study highlights the low HIV-disclosure rate to children of HIV-infected African immigrant parents and the importance of support from social workers.


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