Management for health services delivery

Management of health programmes:Tuberculosis


Access to TB care

  • Barriers to Accessing TB Care: How Can People Overcome Them?
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    Alison Dunn and Sam Richardson, 2005, Healthlink Worldwide and EQUI-TB Knowledge Programme, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
    Economic, geographical, socio-cultural and health system barriers
    (4 pages, pdf 114kb)
  • Who Is Most Vulnerable to TB: What Can We Do About It?
    Alison Dunn and Sam Richardson, 2005, Healthlink Worldwide and EQUI-TB Knowledge Programme, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
    Socio-economic, biological and environmental causes of vulnerability; case studies; recommendations
    (4 pages; pdf 1,178kb)
  • Limitations on human rights: are they justifiable to reduce the burden of TB in the era of MDR- and XDR-TB?
    Andrea Boggio, Matteo Zignol, Ernesto Jaramillo, Paul Nunn, Geneviève Pinet, and Mario Raviglione, 2008, Journal of Health and Human Rights, Volume 10, No.1
    This article analyzes under what circumstances compulsory measures for TB patients may be enforced under international law. Compulsory measures for TB patients may, in fact, be justified on legal grounds provided that these measures are foreseen in the law, that they are used as a last resort, and that safeguards are in place to protect affected individuals.
    (6 pages, pdf 655kb)
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