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Table 1 Sociodemographic and background characteristics and HIV-related health factors (N = 512)

From: Stopping, starting, and sustaining HIV antiretroviral therapy: a mixed-methods exploration among African American/Black and Latino long-term survivors of HIV in an urban context

  Mean (SD) or %
Age in years (M, SD) 47.0 (10.7)
 Age range [min, max], in years 19.0, 65.0
Sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity
Male sex assigned at birth 70.1
 If male sex, cisgender and heterosexual 40.1
 If male sex, cisgender and sexual minority 50.4
 If male, transgender 9.5
Female sex assigned at birth 29.9
 If female sex, cisgender and heterosexual 74.5
 If female sex, cisgender and sexual minority 20.9
 If female, transgender 4.6
African American/Black, non-Latino/Hispanic 68.6
Latino/Hispanic 27.3
High school graduate/GED or higher 70.1
Ever been in a detention center, prison or jail > 24 h 58.1
 If yes, number of times in a detention center, prison or jail 11.3 (16.0)
HIV History and Physical Health Status Indicators
 Years living with HIV (M, SD) 18.2 (8.6)
  Range of years living with HIV (min, max) 0.00, 30.0
Perinatally infected with HIV 2.3
Diagnosed with HIV in jail/prison 18.4
Diagnosed with HIV in a hospital emergency department 5.5
Diagnosed with HIV in a hospital, as an inpatient 15.6
Has taken ART in the past 98.4
Years since first initiated ART 14.0 (8.5)
 Range of years since initiated ART [min, max] 1.0, 30.0
If not on ART at enrollment, number of months since last ART dose 5.0 (21.3)
 Range – number of months since last ART dose [min, max] 1.0, 292
Number of co-occurring physical and mental health co-conditions ever diagnosed with 3.9 (2.7)
Covered by insurance or health plan 97.8