Why integrated tuberculosis programmes have not succeeded as per expectations in many developing countries: a collection of observations

Nagpaul, D.R. (2002) Why integrated tuberculosis programmes have not succeeded as per expectations in many developing countries: a collection of observations. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 29 (3). pp. 149-152.

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Abstract

Hard work is still needed to make integrated tuberculosis services, and integration in general, acceptable to health workers and to improve all the support systems for integrated tuberculosis services to the extent that the envisioned fruits are borne simultaneously with the introduction of these services through primary health care.

EPrint Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Tuberculosis, Developing Countries, Integrated Tuberculosis Programmes, Primary Health Care, National Tuberculosis Programme, Tuberculosis Control, Health Care Workers
Subjects:Health Care Quality, Access, and Evaluation > Delivery of Health Care
Health Care Facilities, Manpower, and Services > Health Personnel
Bacterial Infections and Mycoses > Bacterial Infections > Gram-Positive Bacterial Infections > Actinomycetales Infections > Mycobacterium Infections > Tuberculosis
Health Care Facilities, Manpower, and Services > Health Services
Social Sciences > Government Programs
Health Care Economics and Organizations > Health Planning > National Health Programs
Health Care Facilities, Manpower, and Services > Health Services > Community Health Services
Health Care Facilities, Manpower, and Services > Health Manpower
Respiratory Tract Diseases > Respiratory Tract Infections > Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
Respiratory Tract Diseases > Lung Diseases > Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
-Journal Repositories > Indian Journal of Tuberculosis
Health Care Facilities, Manpower, and Services > Health Facilities
ID Code:2527
Deposited By:Mrs Naina Pandita
Deposited On:04 January 2008

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