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Public Health Action (PHA), The Union's quarterly Open Access journal, welcomes the submission of articles on operational research. It publishes high-quality scientific research on health services, providing new knowledge on how to improve access, equity, quality and efficiency of health systems and services.

The Editors will consider any manuscript reporting original research on quality improvements, cost-benefit analysis, legislation, training and capacity building, with a focus on all relevant areas of public health (e.g. infection control, nutrition, TB, HIV, vaccines, smoking, COVID-19, microbial resistance, outbreaks etc).

Publisher: International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease

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Volume 6, Number 3, 21 September 2016

EDITORIAL

Open Access Can antiretrovirals curb southern Africa's HIV-associated TB epidemic?
pp. 158-159(2)
Authors: Ford, Nathan; Getahun, Haileyesus

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PERSPECTIVE

Open Access Highlighting the need for more infection control practitioners in low- and middle-income countries
pp. 160-163(4)
Authors: Lipke, V.; Emerson, C.; McCarthy, C.; Briggs-Hagen, M.; Farley, J.; Verani, A. R.; Riley, P. L.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Open Access Declining tuberculosis case notification rates with the scale-up of antiretroviral therapy in Zimbabwe
pp. 164-168(5)
Authors: Takarinda, K. C.; Harries, A. D.; Sandy, C.; Mutasa-Apollo, T.; Zishiri, C.

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Open Access Dotting the Three I's for collaborative TB-HIV activities: evaluation of a pilot programme in Kathmandu, Nepal
pp. 169-175(7)
Authors: Sah, S. K.; Sahu, S. K.; Lamichhane, B.; Bhatta, G. K.; Bhandari, K. B.; Owiti, P.; Majumdar, S. S.

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Open Access Did FIDELIS projects contribute to the detection of new smear-positive pulmonary tuberculosis cases in China?
pp. 176-180(5)
Authors: Lin, Y.; Chiang, C-Y.; Rusen, I. D.; Hinderaker, S. G.; Roldan, A.; Heldal, E.; Enarson, D. A.; Zhang, L-X.

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Open Access The experience of bedaquiline implementation at a decentralised clinic in South Africa
pp. 190-192(3)
Authors: Cariem, R.; Cox, V.; de Azevedo, V.; Hughes, J.; Mohr, E.; Durán, L. Triviño; Ndjeka, N.; Furin, J.

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Open Access Surgical interventions for pulmonary tuberculosis in Mumbai, India: surgical outcomes and programmatic challenges
pp. 193-198(6)
Authors: Shirodkar, S.; Anande, L.; Dalal, A.; Desai, C.; Corrêa, G.; Das, M.; Laxmeshwar, C.; Mansoor, H.; Remartinez, D.; Trelles, M.; Isaakidis, P.

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Open Access Chronic respiratory disease in adults treated for tuberculosis in Khartoum, Sudan
pp. 199-204(6)
Authors: Osman, R. K.; Mortimer, K.; Bjune, G.; El Sony, A. I.

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CORRESPONDENCE

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Open Access India's new TB diagnostic algorithm – far from reality?
pp. 206-206(1)
Authors: Sharath, B. N.; Shastri, S.

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Open Access Sustained research capacity after completing a Structured Operational Research and Training (SORT IT) course
pp. 207-208(2)
Authors: Guillerm, N.; dar Berger, S.; Bissell, K.; Kumar, A. M. V.; Ramsay, A.; Reid, A. J.; Zachariah, R.; Harries, A. D.

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