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Table 2 Berger HIV Stigma Scale scores and subscales among rural PLWHA in Henan Province, China, 2014 (N = 239)

From: HIV-related stigma among people living with HIV/AIDS in rural Central China

Subscales Number of Items Average Total Scores 95% CI Percentile (95% CI)
Personalized Stigma 18 48.66 ± 6.29 47.86, 49.46 67.58 (66.47, 68.69)
Disclosure Concerns 10 26.08 ± 3.48 25.63, 26.52 65.20 (64.08, 66.30)
Negative Self-Image 13 34.10 ± 3.99 33.59, 34.60 65.58 (64.60, 66.54)
Concern with Public Attitude 20 53.47 ± 7.30 52.54, 54.40 66.84 (65.68, 68.00)
Total 40 105.92 ± 12.35 104.34, 107.49 66.20 (65.21, 67.18)
  1. N.B.: HIV Human Immunodeficiency Virus, PLWHA People Living with HIV/AIDS, CI confidence interval
  2. Berger Stigma Score Ranges: personalized stigma (18–72); disclosure concerns (10–40); negative self-image (13–52); concern with public attitude (20–80); Total Score (40–160). These scores are not additive
  3. Values on the Berger HIV Stigma Scale: 0–33% (no or mild stigma); 34–65% (moderate stigma); > 66% (severe stigma)