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 4, 21 December 2012

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Open Access Applying DOTS principles for operational research capacity building [Editorial]
pp. 101-102(2)
Authors: Harries, Anthony D.; Zachariah, Rony

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Open Access Does the 65 cm height cut-off as age proxy exclude children eligible for nutritional assessment in Bangladesh?
pp. 103-106(4)
Authors: Ali, E.; Zachariah, R.; Hinderaker, S. G.; Satyanarayana, S.; Kizito, W.; Alders, P.; Shams, Z.; Allaouna, M.; Draguez, B.; Delchevalerie, P.; Enarson, D. A.

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Open Access Severe malnutrition in children presenting to health facilities in an urban slum in Bangladesh
pp. 107-111(5)
Authors: Shams, Z.; Zachariah, R.; Enarson, D. A.; Satyanarayana, S.; Van den Bergh, R.; Ali, E.; Alders, P.; Manzi, M.; Allaouna, M.; Draguez, B.; Delchevalerie, P.; Vernaeve, L.; Harries, A. D.

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Open Access Coverage and use of insecticide-treated bed nets in households with children aged under five years in Liberia
pp. 112-116(5)
Authors: Bawo, L. L.; Harries, A. D.; Reid, T.; Massaquoi, M.; Jallah-Macauley, R.; Jones, J. J.; Wesseh, C. S.; Enders, J.; Hinneh, L.

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Open Access Causes of pediatric mortality and case-fatality rates in eight Médecins Sans Frontières-supported hospitals in Africa
pp. 117-121(5)
Authors: van den Boogaard, W.; Manzi, M.; Harries, A. D.; Reid, A. J.

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Open Access Severe acute maternal morbidity and associated deaths in conflict and post-conflict settings in Africa
pp. 122-125(4)
Authors: Tamura, M.; Hinderaker, S. G.; Manzi, M.; Van Den Bergh, R.; Zachariah, R.

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Open Access Adoption of revised dosage recommendations for childhood tuberculosis in countries with different childhood tuberculosis burdens
pp. 126-132(7)
Authors: Detjen, A. K.; Macé, C.; Perrin, C.; Graham, S. M.; Grzemska, M.

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Open Access Sputum smear examination and time to diagnosis in patients with smear-negative pulmonary tuberculosis in the Pacific
pp. 133-137(5)
Authors: Viney, K.; Bissell, K.; Tabutoa, K.; Kienene, T.; Linh, N. N.; Briand, K.; Harries, A. D.

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Open Access Pre-treatment loss to follow-up among smear-positive pulmonary tuberculosis cases: a 10-year audit of national data from Fiji
pp. 138-141(4)
Authors: Ram, S.; Kishore, K.; Batio, I.; Bissell, K.; Zachariah, R.; Satyanarayana, S.; Harries, A. D.

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Open Access Relationship between education and training activities and tuberculosis case detection in Fiji, 2008–2011 [Short communication]
pp. 142-144(3)
Authors: Delai, M. Y.; Gounder, S.; Tayler-Smith, K.; Van den Bergh, R.; Harries, A. D.

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Open Access Important co-morbidity in patients with diabetes mellitus in three clinics in Western Kenya
pp. 148-151(4)
Authors: Kirui, N. K.; Pastakia, S. D.; Kamano, J. H.; Cheng, S.; Manuthu, E.; Chege, P.; Gardner, A.; Mwangi, A.; Enarson, D. A.; Reid, A. J.; Carter, E. J.

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Open Access Mobilising elementary and secondary school students for tuberculosis case finding in Anhui, China
pp. 152-156(5)
Authors: Kan, X. H.; Zhang, L. X.; Yang, J. A.; Zhang, J.; Chiang, C-Y.

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Open Access Health-care seeking among people with cough of 2 weeks or more in India. Is passive TB case finding sufficient?
pp. 157-161(5)
Authors: Satyanarayana, S.; Nair, S. A.; Chadha, S. S.; Sharma, G.; Yadav, S.; Mohanty, S.; Kamineni, V.; Wilson, N. C.; Harries, A. D.

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Open Access Effect of universal MODS access on pulmonary tuberculosis treatment outcomes in new patients in Peru
pp. 162-167(6)
Authors: Mendoza-Ticona, A.; Alarcón, E.; Alarcón, V.; Bissell, K.; Castillo, E.; Sabogal, I.; Mora, J.; Moore, D.; Harries, A. D.

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Open Access A nested case-control study on relapse predictors among tuberculosis patients treated in Yemen's NTCP
pp. 168-173(6)
Authors: Anaam, M. S.; Ibrahim, M. I. M.; Al Serouri, A. W.; Bassili, A.; Aldobhani, A.

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Open Access Timing of antiretroviral therapy and effects on tuberculosis treatment outcomes in HIV-co-infected patients in Malawi
pp. 174-177(4)
Authors: Kanyerere, H. S.; Mpunga, J.; Tweya, H.; Edginton, M.; Harries, A. D.; Hinderaker, S. G.; Chimbwandira, F.; Gonani, A.; Mbendera, K.

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Open Access ‘Task shifting’ in an antiretroviral clinic in Malawi: can health surveillance assistants manage patients safely? [Short communication]
pp. 178-180(3)
Authors: Tweya, H.; Feldacker, C.; Ben-Smith, A.; Weigel, R.; Boxshall, M.; Phiri, S.; Jahn, A.

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Open Access Implementation of GINA guidelines in Ho Chi Minh City: a model for Viet Nam
pp. 181-185(5)
Authors: Tho, N. V.; Loan, H. T. H.; Thao, N. T. P.; Dung, N. T. T.; Lan, L. T. T.

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Open Access Fast-track writing of a scientific paper with 30 authors: how to do it [Short communication]
pp. 186-187(2)
Authors: Satyanarayana, S.; Kumar, A. M. V.; Sharath, B. N.; Harries, A. D.

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