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Handbook for the use of digital technologies to support tuberculosis medication adherence
Handbook for the use of digital technologies to support tuberculosis medication adherence
Author: World Health Organization World Health Organization

Publication Date: January 2018

Country of Origin: Switzerland

Format: Book

Physical Description: 58 p.: col.

Language: English

How to Access this Material:
HTML: http://www.who.int/tb/publications/2018/T
B_medication_adherence_handbook_2018/en/
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PDF: http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/259832/1/9789241513
456-eng.pdf?ua=1
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Abstract: This handbook focuses specifically on three technologies that are being widely used to help TB patients complete their treatment over the many months that their regimens last.

 

Publisher:
World Health Organization
Global TB Programme
20 avenue Appia
Geneva, Switzerland 27 CH-1211
International Phone: (41) 22 791 3319
http://www.who.int/tb/ external site


Audience(s):
Civil Surgeons, Health Educators/Communicators, Health Professionals, Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers, International Agencies, Lab Personnel, Long-term Care Residents, Long-term Residential Care Providers, Nurses, Persons With LTBI, Persons With TB, Physicians, Social Service Providers

Topic:
Behavioral/Social Science, Case Management, General TB Information, Guidelines, Policies, and Protocols, Treatment- Directly Observed Therapy (DOT), Treatment- Latent TB Infection, Treatment- Patient Adherence

 


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