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Table 3 Associations between HIV- and MSM-related stigma and any IPV among 367 participants

From: Association between stigma towards HIV and MSM and intimate partner violence among newly HIV-diagnosed Chinese men who have sex with men

CovariateAny IPV
Crude OR (95% CI)AOR(95% CI)
HIV-related stigma (< 27 vs. ≥27)1.64 (1.01–2.68)*1.67 (1.02–2.76)*
 Felt stigma (< 15 vs. ≥15)1.34 (0.82–2.18)1.38 (0.84–2.27)
 Vicarious stigma (< 5 vs. ≥5)1.46 (0.90–2.40)1.50 (0.91–2.47)
 Internalized stigma (< 8 vs. ≥8)1.49 (0.92–2.41)1.53 (0.93–2.51)
MSM-related stigma (< 6 vs. ≥6)1.88 (1.13–3.12)*1.99 (1.18–3.36)**
 Perceived stigma (< 5 vs. ≥5)1.38 (0.85–2.25)1.46 (0.89–2.39)
 Enacted stigma (< 1 vs. ≥1)2.12 (1.29–3.46)**2.13 (1.29–3.50)**
HIV-related stigma*MSM-related stigma0.56 (0.20–1.59)0.54 (0.19–1.54)
  1. Note: IPV Intimate partner violence, OR Odds ratio, AOR Adjusted odds ratio (adjusted for age, marital status, health insurance and place of birth); CI Confidence interval, MSM Men who have sex with men
  2. *Significant at P < 0.05; **Significant at P < 0.01