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Implementation of tuberculosis infection control in health facilities in Mukono and Wakiso districts, Uganda
(BMC Infectious Diseases, 2013)
Background: Tuberculosis infection control (TBIC) is rarely implemented in the health facilities in resource limited settings. Understanding the reasons for low level of implementation is critical. The study aim was to ...
Acceptability of masking and patient separation to control nosocomial Tuberculosis in Uganda: a qualitative study
(J Public Health, 2011)
Objectives: This study explored the acceptability of cough etiquette, wearing masks and separation by tuberculosis (TB) suspects and TB patients in two districts in Uganda. Design: The study was conducted in Mukono and ...
Utilization of HIV and tuberculosis services by Health Care Workers in Uganda: Implications for occupational health policies and implementation
(PLOS One, 2012)
infection control measures for HCWs. Challenges to and gaps in access to HIV services among HCWs may thus compromise TB infection control. This study assessed HCWs HIV and TB screening uptake and explored their preferences ...
Urban settings do not ensure access to services: Findings from the immunisation programme in Kampala Uganda
(BMC Health Services Research, 2014)
Background: Previous studies on vaccination coverage in developing countries focus on individual- and community-level barriers to routine vaccination mostly in rural settings. This paper examines health system barriers to ...