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We explored HIV testing behaviour among a community-recruited sample of injection drug users (IDU) in Bangkok, Thailand.

Study participants were then invited to attend the MSHRC to participate in the study.

All participants provided informed consent and completed an interviewer-administered questionnaire eliciting information about demographic characteristics, drug use, HIV risk behaviour, criminal justice system exposure, and experiences with health care.

All participants were given 350 baht (approximately US) upon completion of the questionnaire.

The study has been approved by the research ethics boards of the University of British Columbia and Chulalongkorn University.

Barriers such as the fear of an HIV-positive test result, HIV-related stigma, and the resulting impacts on relationships with family and public authorities are among the reasons why IDU do not get tested for HIV [].