Evaluation of the Tuberculosis Surveillance System in District Hyderabad , Province Sindh-Pakistan , 2012

@inproceedings{Asif2015EvaluationOT,
  title={Evaluation of the Tuberculosis Surveillance System in District Hyderabad , Province Sindh-Pakistan , 2012},
  author={Muhammad Asif and Mirza Amir Baig and Muhammad Nadeem Shah},
  year={2015}
}
Aims: To identify strengthens and weaknesses of Tuberculosis (TB) surveillance system of District Hyderabad and suggest recommendations for improvement. Study Design: Descriptive evaluative study Place and Duration of Study: This research work was conducted in Provincial directorate of health, district health offices, and TB sentinel sites of District Hyderabad, between February and March, 2012. Methodology: A total of 26 stakeholders were identified by using purposive sampling technique based… CONTINUE READING

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