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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 ...
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 ...