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Table 2 Provider interviews

From: Are HIV and reproductive health services adapted to the needs of female sex workers? Results of a policy and situational analysis in Tete, Mozambique

Department MCH
(N = 6)
HTS
(N = 4)
OPD
(N = 5)
Chronic disease unit
(N = 5)
Total
(N = 18)
Thinks FSWs use the clinic - 3 1 2 6
Says FSWs disclose - 1 - 1 2
Best form to provide services to FSWs  
 At this clinic - - - 1 1
 At a FSW-specific clinic - - - -  
 A combination of both 2 3 1 1 7
 No opinion 4 1 4 3 10
Routinely asks about sexual practices  
 Yes 6 4 4 5 17
 Depends on the patient - - 1 - 1
Feels comfortable asking about sexual practices  
 Uncomfortable - - 1 1 1
 Comfortable 5 4 4 3 15
 Very comfortable 1 - - 1 2
Feels comfortable dealing with FSWs  
 Comfortable - 3 1 1 5
 Very comfortable 1 - 1 1 3
 Never dealt with FSWs 5 1 3 3 10
Discusses condoms with:  
 Less than half of the clients 1 - 2 1 3
 Half of the clients - 1 3 3 6
 More than half of the clients - - - 1 1
 Almost every client 4 3 - - 7
Gave out condoms during the last week 5 3 4 5 15
Doesn’t know of any guidelines for unwanted pregnancies 6 3 5 5 17
Routinely address SGBV 2 1 - - 3
Actions taken for victims of SGBV      
 Counselling 4 1 3 3 10
 Provide PEP 3 1 4 4 10
 Refer to a support group 3 2 2 - 6
 Depends who the perpetrator is 3 - 1 1 5
 Inform the health facility manager - 1 - - 1