Structural factors associated with methamphetamine smoking among female sex workers in Tijuana, Mexico
Drug and alcohol review | 9 Dec 2017
EE Conners, TL Gaines, SA Strathdee, C Magis-Rodriguez and KC Brouwer
Smoking methamphetamine is associated with increased risk of HIV among female sex workers (FSW). The structural context of substance use is an important shaper of individual behaviour; however, structural determinants of methamphetamine use among FSWs are largely unknown. We identified individual, structural and neighbourhood factors associated with smoking methamphetamine among FSWs in the border city of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.
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