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Table 4 Characteristics of the stigma interventions

From: Stigma and intersectionality: a systematic review of systematic reviews across HIV/AIDS, mental illness, and physical disability

Author(s), publication year Health Condition Institutional Interventions (i.e. interventions administered by hospitals, healthcare institutions, etc.) Behavioural Interventions (i.e. social contact, education-based, etc.) Community-based Interventions (i.e. religious, ethno-racial, etc.)
Ando et al. (2013) [34] Mental Illness   Educational interventions. Contact-based interventions  
Bharat. (2011) [17] HIV/AIDS    Community mobilisation and involvement.
Clarke et al. (2014) [40] Mental Illness   Educational interventions  
Clement et al. (2013) [42] Mental Illness   Mass media  
Dalky (2012) [45] Mental Illness   Educational interventions contact-based interventions  
Darlington & Hutson (2017) [26] HIV/AIDS   Support groups, visual media interventions  
Doley et al. (2017) [47] Mental Illness   Educational interventions. Contact-based interventions  
Gerlinger et al. (2013) [52] Mental Illness   Cognitive-behavioral therapy Educational interventions  
Griffiths et al. (2014) [53] Mental Illness   Educational interventions Contact-based interventions  
Guruge et al. (2017) [18] Mental Illness   Contact-based interventions Experiential videos/photos Educational interventions Advocacy based
Hanisch et al. (2016) [54] Mental Illness   Educational interventions Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training role play, Trauma Risk Management (TRiM), and Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) in first responders.  
Haugen et al. (2017) [55] Mental Illness   Video  
Hawke et al. (2013) [56] Mental Illness   Educational interventions Contact-based interventions  
Jorm (2012) [58] Mental Illness   Educational interventions Contact-based interventions  
Kerrigan et al. (2015) [16] HIV/AIDS   Educational interventions Community-empowerment
Loutfy et al. (2015) [21] HIV/AIDS   Educational interventions Project ACCEPT (Adolescents Coping, Connecting, Empowering and Protecting Together)  
Mak et al. (2017) [97] HIV/AIDS   Educational interventions  
Malachowski & Kirsh. (2013) [63] Mental Illness   Educational interventions  
Mehta et al. (2015) [65] Mental Illness   Contact-based interventions  
Milton & Mullan (2014) [67] Mental Illness   Educational interventions (Psychoeducation)  
Mittal et al. (2012) [68] Mental Illness   Educational interventions (Psychoeducation or psychoeducation combined with cognitive restructuring, Psychoeducation with complex multimodal interventions)  
Mueller et al. (2016) [69]    Educational interventions for children  
Parcesepe et al. (2013) [70] Mental Illness   Contact-based interventions  
Prost et al. (2008) [103] HIV/AIDS   Educational interventions Prevention interventions.  
Sengupta et al. (2011) [105] HIV/AIDS   Educational interventions  
Seroalo et al. (2014) [2] Mental Illness   Educational interventions using theatrical presentations with actors living with mental illness.  
Stangl et al. (2013) [15] HIV/AIDS Universal precaution supplies (first aid kits) Information and skill building  
Stubbs (2014) [76] Mental Illness   Direct contact, indirect filmed contact, or educational email. Role play  
Thornicroft et al. (2016) [77] Mental Illness   Education or information interventions, and variants of social contact interventions  
Tsang et al. (2016) [78] Mental Illness   Psychoeducation  
Wilson et al. (2013) [110] Physical Disability   Implicit Association Test  
Wood et al. (2016) [81] Mental Illness   Psychosocial interventions: psychoeducation, thought challenging, connecting with peers and social skills training  
Xu et al. (2017) [82] Mental Illness   Education interventions either alone or in combination with consumer contact, including contact in person and via video. Education strategies: lectures, role-plays, videos, and educational materials  
Yamaguchi et al. (2013) [84] Mental Illness   Social contact or video based social contact  
Yamaguchi et al. (2011) [83] Mental Illness   Contact-based interventions and education interventions  
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