Social network and HIV risk behaviors in female sex workers: a systematic review

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AIDS 2289 and for about 20% of the new diagnoses the transmission mode was reported to be unknown [[7]]. The UN AIDS 2016–2021 Strategy, with the aims to reach zero infections, absence of discrimination, and zero AIDS-related
AIDS 2392 UNAIDS 2016–2021 Strategy, with the aims to reach zero infections, absence of discrimination, and zero AIDS -related deaths, highlights the need for effective HIV prevention strategies for key populations [[8]].HIV
AIDS 3162 one of the first pieces of evidence on the key role of social networks, using data from 40 MSM with AIDS , Auerbach and colleagues reported in 1984 that HIV could be transmitted through sexual contacts and
AIDS 8295 HIV-related risk behaviors among groups such as drug users, MSM, adolescents, people living with HIV/ AIDS , and FSWs [[41]]. This review found 5 studies on FSWs and confirmed the role of social support in reducing
AIDS 9172 Science, PubMed/Medline, Scopus, Ovid; the publishers Springer and Science Direct; and the key journal of AIDS and Behavior. Google Scholar was also searched. The search period was from 1990 to 2016. Additional
AIDS 9623 combination of keywords used for PubMed was (Social network OR social support OR social capital) AND ( AIDS OR HIV OR human immunodeficiency virus) AND (drug use OR risky behavior OR risky sexual behavior) AND
AIDS 37580 developing countries, continue to experience a steady increase in the numbers of people living with HIV/ AIDS . About 74% of HIV transmission is related to sexual contacts [[2], [7]]. Female sex workers are among
infectious disease 3563 as well as network characteristics, are critical to understanding HIV risk behaviors and spread of infectious disease s more generally [[11]–[16], [19], [20]]. It has also been shown that social network approaches may
infectious disease 15131 drug-using network (r = − 0.13, P > 0.10)Klovdahl et al., USA [[71]]111 persons at high risk for infectious disease including HIV, 48 FSWs, 35 their partners, 24 injecting drug users, 4 their sex partnersLongitudinal
syphilis 4671 between network members) [[9], [23]–[26]]. Rothenberg et al., in a study of in sexual transmission of syphilis among teenagers in rural Georgia, showed that structural characteristics of the network position of
syphilis 4880 individuals such as degree, betweenness, and information centrality facilitated the transmission of syphilis . Participants with syphilis had a higher degree (on average 7.4 sexual partners) compared to those without
syphilis 4908 betweenness, and information centrality facilitated the transmission of syphilis. Participants with syphilis had a higher degree (on average 7.4 sexual partners) compared to those without syphilis (2.4 sexual
syphilis 4996 Participants with syphilis had a higher degree (on average 7.4 sexual partners) compared to those without syphilis (2.4 sexual partners). Similarly, the participants with syphilis had an average betweenness of 4.1,
syphilis 5061 partners) compared to those without syphilis (2.4 sexual partners). Similarly, the participants with syphilis had an average betweenness of 4.1, which was higher than the average betweenness of 1.7 for those without
syphilis 5176 average betweenness of 4.1, which was higher than the average betweenness of 1.7 for those without syphilis . This network parameter indicates that participants with syphilis were more central in the network than
syphilis 5242 betweenness of 1.7 for those without syphilis. This network parameter indicates that participants with syphilis were more central in the network than those without syphilis [[27]].According to the literature, larger
syphilis 5303 parameter indicates that participants with syphilis were more central in the network than those without syphilis [[27]].According to the literature, larger networks provide more opportunities for exposure to a variety

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