Surveying the Knowledge and Practices of Health Professionals in China, India, Iran, and Mexico on Treating Tuberculosis.

@article{Hoffman2016SurveyingTK,
  title={Surveying the Knowledge and Practices of Health Professionals in China, India, Iran, and Mexico on Treating Tuberculosis.},
  author={Steven J. Hoffman and Godefroy Emmanuel Guindon and John N Lavis and Harkanwal Randhawa and Francisco Becerra-Posada and Masoumeh Dejman and Katayoun Falahat and Hossein Malek-Afzali and Parasurama Ramachandran and Guang Shi and C Ashok K Yesudian},
  journal={The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene},
  year={2016},
  volume={94 5},
  pages={959-70}
}
Research evidence continues to reveal findings important for health professionals' clinical practices, yet it is not consistently disseminated to those who can use it. The resulting deficits in knowledge and service provision may be especially pronounced in low- and middle-income countries that have greater resource constraints. Tuberculosis treatment is an important area for assessing professionals' knowledge and practices because of the effectiveness of existing treatments and recognized gaps… CONTINUE READING
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