HIV, Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), and Women: An Emerging Policy Landscape

Issue Brief
  1.   Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey: 2015 Data Brief, November 2018.

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  2. CDC, Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence and HIV in Women, February 2014.

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  3. CDC, Behavioral and Clinical Characteristics of Persons Living with Diagnosed HIV Infection – Medical Monitoring Project, United States, 2016 Cycle, February 2019.

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  4. CDC, Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence and HIV in Women, February 2014.

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  5. E. L. Machtinger, J. E. Haberer, T. C. Wilson, and D. S. Weiss. Recent Trauma is Associated with Antiretroviral Failure and HIV Transmission Risk Behavior Among HIV-Positive Women and Female-Identified Transgenders, AIDS and Behavior. 16:8(2012): 2160–2170.

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  6. A.C. Gielen, K.A. McDonnell, J. G. Burke, and P. O’Campo. Women’s Lives After an HIV-Positive Diagnosis: Disclosure and Violence. Maternal and Child Health Journal. 4:2(2000):111-119.

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  7. CDC, National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey: 2015 Data Brief, November 2018.

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  8. CDC, National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey: 2015 Data Brief, November 2018.

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  9. CDC, National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey: 2010-2012 State Report, April 2017.

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  10. C. Renzgetti, Economic Stress and Domestic Violence, September 2009.

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  11. The Williams Institute, Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Abuse Among LGBT People: A Review of Existing Research, November 2015.

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  12. J.W. Hahn, M.C. McCormick, J.G. Silverman, E.B. Robinson, K.C. Koenen, Examining the impact of disability status on intimate partner violence victimization in a population sample, November 2014.

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  13. CDC, Behavioral and Clinical Characteristics of Persons Living with Diagnosed HIV Infection – Medical Monitoring Project, United States, 2016 Cycle, February 2019.

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  14. E. L. Machtinger, T. C. Wilson, J. E. Haberer, and D. S. Weiss, Psychological Trauma and PTSD in HIV-Positive Women: A Meta-Analysis, AIDS and Behavior. 16:8(2012): 2091-2100.

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  15. R. A. C. Siemieniuk, et al. The Clinical Implications of High Rates of Intimate Partner Violence Against HIV-Positive Women. JAIDS: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 64:1(2013): 32-38.

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  16. E. L. Machtinger, J. E. Haberer, T. C. Wilson, and D. S. Weiss. Recent Trauma is Associated with Antiretroviral Failure and HIV Transmission Risk Behavior Among HIV-Positive Women and Female-Identified Transgenders, AIDS and Behavior. 16:8(2012): 2160–2170.

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  17. CDC, Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence and HIV in Women, February 2014.

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  18. S. Zierler, et al. “Violence Victimization After HIV Infection in a U.S. Probability Sample of Adult Patients in Primary Care.” American Journal of Public Health. 90:2(2000): 208-215.

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  19. E. L. Machtinger, T. C. Wilson, J. E. Haberer, and D. S. Weiss. “Psychological Trauma and PTSD in HIV-Positive Women: A Meta-Analysis.” AIDS and Behavior. 16:8(2012): 2091-2100.

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  20. CDC, Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence and HIV in Women, February 2014.

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  21. U.S. Congress. United States Code, Title XXVII, The Public Health Service Act. Enacted October 2009.

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  22. T. Kertscher. Politifact: Wisconsin. Sexual assault, domestic violence themselves are not pre-existing conditions under GOP health bill. May 9, 2017.  https://www.politifact.com/wisconsin/statements/2017/may/09/gwen-moore/sexual-assault-domestic-violence-themselves-are-no/

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  23. L. Dawson and J. Kates, Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), Short-Term Limited Duration Plans and HIV, June 2018.

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  24. Kaiser Family Foundation communication with CMS.

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  25. Women’s Preventive Services Initiative (WPSI), Recommendations for Preventive Services for Women: Final Report to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration, December 2016.

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  26. Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Final and Temporary Regulations, Rules Regarding the Health Insurance Premium Tax Credit, 79 FR 43622. July 2014. IRS, Notice 2014–23: Eligibility for Premium Tax Credit for Victims of Domestic Abuse, April 2014.

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  27. CMS, Updated Guidance on Victims of Domestic Abuse and Spousal Abandonment, July 2015.

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  28. K. Beronio, R. Po, L. Skopec, and S. Glied. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Affordable Care Act Expands Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Benefits and Federal Parity Protections for 62 Million Americans, February 2013.

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  29. M. Okuda, et al, Mental Health of Victims of Intimate Partner Violence: Results From a National Epidemiologic Survey, Psychiatric Services. 62:8 (2011),959-62.

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  30. G. Dillon, R. Hussain, D. Loxton, and S. Rahman, Mental and Physical Health and Intimate Partner Violence Against Women: A Review of the Literature, International Journal of Family Medicine, vol.2013.

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  31. E. L. Machtinger, T. C. Wilson, J. E. Haberer, and D. S. Weiss, Psychological Trauma and PTSD in HIV-Positive Women: A Meta-Analysis, AIDS and Behavior. 16:8(2012): 2091-2100.

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  32. J. Kates, Kaiser Family Foundation, Medicaid and HIV: A National Analysis, October 2011.

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  33. E.G. Bing, et al, Psychiatric Disorders and Drug Use Among Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Infected Adults in the United States, Archives of General Psychiatry. 58:8(2001),721-8.

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  34. E.A. Rivera, et al, An Applied Research Paper on the Relationship Between Intimate Partner Violence and Substance Abuse, February 2016.

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  35. A. R. Webel, et al, The Impact of Social Context on Self-Management in Women Living with HIV, Social Science & Medicine. 87 (2013): 147–154.

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  36. Health Resources Service Administration, Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program, September 2019.

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  37. HRSA, Maternal and Child Health, Home Visiting, July 2019.

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  38. Office of Population Affairs (OPA), HHS, Current Pregnancy Assistance Fund Grantees, 2019.

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  39. H.R.1585, Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2019, 116th Congress, March 2019.

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  40. Minority HIV/AIDS Fund, HHS, What is ‘Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America’?, September 2019.

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  41. Minority HIV/AIDS Fund, HHS, Office on Women’s Health Awards $3M to Support Prevention and Screening of Intimate Partner Violence and HIV in Women, December 2019.

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  42. U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ), Departments of Justice and Housing and Urban Development Award $9.2 Million to Provide Stable Housing to Victims of Domestic Violence Living with HIV/AIDS, June 2016.

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  43. U. Ranji, C. Rosenzweig, I. Gomez, and A. Salganicoff, Kaiser Family Foundation, Overview: 2017 Kaiser Women’s Health Survey, March 2018.

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  44. Futures Without Violence, Compendium of State and U.S. Territory Statutes and Policies on Domestic Violence and Health Care, 2013.

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  45. See for example: J. Kates, et al. Kaiser Family Foundation, Assessing the Impact of The Affordable Care Act on Health Insurance Coverage of People With HIV January 2014; M. L. Benson and G. Litton Fox. National Institute of Justice DoJ, When Violence Hits Home: How Economics and Neighborhood Play a Role, September 2004; B.E. Carlson, A. Pollitz Worden, M. van Ryn, and R. Bachman, Report for the U.S. Department of Justice, Violence Against Women: Synthesis of Research for Practioners, September 2003.

     

     

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