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Table 2 Statement Ratings

From: Using concept mapping to inform the development of a transitional reintegration intervention program for formerly incarcerated people with HIV

Domain Statement number Variable Importance Rating Feasibility Rating
Medical 1 Distrust of medical providers 3.61 3.44
2 Uncaring attitude of medical staff 4.22 3.33
4 Lack of medical records 3.94 3.72
27 Untreated depression and mental health illness 4.33 3.67
Stigma 6 No self-esteem 3.72 3.61
22 Substance use and addiction 4.72 3.28
35 Fear of HIV disclosure 3.67 3.28
Consequences of imprisonment 15 Embarrassed about being imprisoned 3.06 2.83
24 Disclosure of being in jail 3.06 3.06
25 Post-traumatic stress from prison experience 3.94 3.11
31 No communication between prison and workers or physician 4.22 3.83
34 Do not know how to re-connect with providers 4.06 3.78
Prison release 8 Released at night 3.28 2.82
9 Released on weekends 3.44 2.94
1- Unscheduled release from jail or court 3.72 2.78
21 No pre-release preparation 4.22 3.17
26 No information about services available upon release 4.17 3.83
28 Isolated and alone on release 4.39 2.83
30 Released from prison far from home 4.11 2.50
33 Released in new city 3.89 2.22
Social connections 3 Establishing social support 4.61 4.22
13 Regaining parental rights 4.00 3.44
14 Afraid to draw attention to self because of fear of losing kids 3.61 3.06
18 Reconnecting with family and children 4.50 3.89
23 Reconnecting with ‘bad’ social network 3.44 3.28
Practical considerations 5 No transportation 4.17 3.44
7 Need to meet conditions of parole 4.22 4.22
12 Getting legal identification 4.44 4.28
16 Re-instating disability and other income supports 4.67 4.17
17 Re-instating drug coverage 4.72 4.33
Survival needs 11 Getting a job 4.56 3.39
19 Safety and protection from abuse 4.50 3.28
20 Securing housing 4.83 3.72
29 Financial stress 4.44 2.61
32 Need to secure food 4.72 3.61