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Public Health Action (PHA), The Union's quarterly open access on-line journal, provides a platform for its mission 'Health solutions for the poor'. PHA addresses the need for show-casing operational research that addresses issues in health systems and services. It publishes high-quality scientific research that provides new knowledge to improve access, equity, quality and efficiency of health systems and services.

Publisher: International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease

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Volume 2, Number 3, 21 September 2012

editorial

Open Access Child pneumonia: beyond pneumococcal vaccine and 2015 [Editorial]
pp. 43-43(1)
Authors: Duke, T.; Enarson, P. M.; Graham, S. M.

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Open Access ART uptake, its timing and relation to anti-tuberculosis treatment outcomes among HIV-infected TB patients
pp. 50-55(6)
Authors: Takarinda, K. C.; Harries, A. D.; Mutasa-Apollo, T.; Sandy, C.; Murimwa, T.; Mugurungi, O.

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Open Access Changes in tuberculosis notifications and treatment delay in Zambia when introducing a digital X-ray service
pp. 56-60(5)
Authors: Zachary, D.; Schaap, A.; Muyoyeta, M.; Mulenga, D.; Brown, J.; Ayles, H.

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Open Access Costs and process of in-patient tuberculosis management at a central academic hospital, Cape Town, South Africa
pp. 61-65(5)
Authors: Janson, J.; Marais, F.; Mehtar, S.; Baltussen, R. M. P. M.

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Open Access Decentralised care for the management of child contacts of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis
pp. 66-70(5)
Authors: Seddon, J. A.; Hesseling, A. C.; Dunbar, R.; Cox, H.; Hughes, J.; Fielding, K.; Godfrey-Faussett, P.; Schaaf, H. S.

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Open Access Why do child contacts of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis not come to the assessment clinic?
pp. 71-75(5)
Authors: Zimri, K.; Hesseling, A. C.; Godfrey-Faussett, P.; Schaaf, H. S.; Seddon, J. A.

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Open Access Transmission of multidrug-resistant and extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis in rural Bangladesh: lessons learnt
pp. 76-78(3)
Authors: Gumusboga, A.; Aung, K. J. M.; Rigouts, L.; Van Deun, A.

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Open Access Tuberculosis treatment outcomes among retreatment patients registered by private practitioners in Myanmar
pp. 79-81(3)
Authors: Win, A. N.; Edginton, M. E.; Hinderaker, S. G.; Minn, N. N.; Linn, A. K.

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Open Access Tuberculosis Diagnostic Committees' contribution to the National TB Program in Manila and Quezon Cities
pp. 82-86(5)
Authors: Querri, A.; Ohkado, A.; Poblete, R.; Agujo, P.; Tang, F.; Arias, E.; Medina, A.; Mantala, M.; Vianzon, R.; Lagahid, J.; Shimouchi, A.

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Open Access Asthma as a hidden disease in rural China: opportunities and challenges of standard case management
pp. 87-91(5)
Authors: Kan, X. H.; Chiang, C-Y.; Enarson, D. A.; Rao, H. L.; Chen, Q.; Aït-Khaled, N.; Chen, G. W.

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Open Access Operational research training: the course and beyond
pp. 92-97(6)
Authors: Bissell, K.; Harries, A. D.; Reid, A. J.; Edginton, M.; Hinderaker, S. G.; Satyanarayana, S.; Enarson, D. A.; Zachariah, R.

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