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Record #195407:

For tuberculosis elimination, Directly Observed Therapy, short course (DOTS) is essential but not sufficient / Anne Fanning.

Title: For tuberculosis elimination, Directly Observed Therapy, short course (DOTS) is essential but not sufficient / Anne Fanning.
Author(s): Fanning, Anne.
Date: 2011.
In: International Journal of Circumpolar Health. (2011.), Vol. 70(2) (2011)
Abstract: Evaluates effectiveness of Directly Observed Therapy strategy, as applied to Canadian aboriginal communities, in controlling tuberculosis. Stresses importance of employing sensitive, skilled health workers who create quality relationships with patients, and also of links between incidence of tuberculosis and social determinants, such as nutrition, housing and sanitation.
Notes:

International Journal of Circumpolar Health. Vol. 70(2) :106-108 (2011).

Keywords: 323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities.
614 -- Public health and safety.
616-002.5 -- Tuberculosis.
616-036 -- Epidemiology.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
SPRI record no.: 195407

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