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Research outputs: TUBERCULOSIS
2022 Feasibility of implementing the advanced HIV disease care package as part of community-based HIV/TB activities: a mixed-methods study protocol
Although the advanced HIV disease (AHD) care package reduces morbidity and mortality in people with AHD (defined in people living with HIV a...Download this report
2022 Prescribing practices for presumptive TB among private general practitioners in South Africa: a cross-sectional, standardized patient study
Medicine prescribing practices are integral to quality of care for leading infectious diseases such as tuberculosis (TB). We describe prescr...Download this report
2022 Prevalence of bacteriologically confirmed pulmonary tuberculosis in South Africa, 2017-19: a multistage, cluster-based, cross-sectional survey
Tuberculosis remains an important clinical and public health issue in South Africa, which has one of the highest tuberculosis burdens in the...