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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 7, Number 3, 21 September 2017

EDITORIALS

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Open Access Why are HIV-infected people not started on antiretroviral therapy? A mixed-methods study from Gujarat, India
pp. 183-192(10)
Authors: Chawla, S.; Shringarpure, K.; Modi, B.; Sharma, R.; Rewari, B. B.; Shah, A. N.; Verma, P. B.; Dongre, A. R.; Kumar, A. M. V.

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Open Access Increasing isoniazid preventive therapy uptake in an HIV program in rural Papua New Guinea
pp. 193-198(6)
Authors: Carmone, A.; Rodriguez, C. A.; Frank, T. D.; Kiromat, M.; Bongi, P. W.; Kuno, R. G.; Palou, T.; Franke, M. F.

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Open Access Childhood tuberculosis in Mauritania, 2010–2015: diagnosis and outcomes in Nouakchott and the rest of the country
pp. 199-205(7)
Authors: Aw, B.; Ade, S.; Hinderaker, S. G.; Dlamini, N.; Takarinda, K. C.; Chiaa, K.; Feil, A.; Traoré, A.; Reid, T.

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Open Access Feasibility of two active case finding approaches for detection of tuberculosis in Bandung City, Indonesia
pp. 206-211(6)
Authors: McAllister, S.; Wiem Lestari, B.; Sujatmiko, B.; Siregar, A.; Sihaloho, E. D.; Fathania, D.; Dewi, N. F.; Koesoemadinata, R. C.; Hill, P. C.; Alisjahbana, B.

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Open Access Age-stratified tuberculosis treatment outcomes in Zimbabwe: are we paying attention to the most vulnerable?
pp. 212-217(6)
Authors: Ncube, R. T.; Takarinda, K. C.; Zishiri, C.; van den Boogaard, W.; Mlilo, N.; Chiteve, C.; Siziba, N.; Trinchán, F.; Sandy, C.

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Open Access Tuberculosis among migrants in Bishkek, the capital of the Kyrgyz Republic
pp. 218-223(6)
Authors: Goncharova, O.; Denisiuk, O.; Zachariah, R.; Davtyan, K.; Nabirova, D.; Acosta, C.; Kadyrov, A.

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Open Access Homeless shelter context and tuberculosis illness experiences during a large outbreak in Atlanta, Georgia
pp. 224-230(7)
Authors: Connors, W. J.; Hussen, S. A.; Holland, D. P.; Mohamed, O.; Andes, K. L.; Goswami, N. D.

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Open Access Closing the gap: decentralising mental health care to primary care centres in one rural district of Rwanda
pp. 231-236(6)
Authors: Nyirandagijimana, B.; Edwards, J. K.; Venables, E.; Ali, E.; Rusangwa, C.; Mukasakindi, H.; Borg, R.; Fabien, M.; Tharcisse, M.; Nshimyiryo, A.; Park, P. H.; Raviola, G. J.; Smith, S. L.

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SHORT COMMUNICATION

Open Access Mental disorders and drug/alcohol use in patients commencing extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis treatment
pp. 237-239(3)
Authors: Scuffell, J.; Boccia, D.; Velarde, F. Garcia; Leon, S. R.; Raviola, G.; Lecca, L.; Galea, J. T.

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NOTES FROM THE FIELD

Open Access Operational aspects of bedaquiline implementation in Swaziland: report from the field
pp. 240-242(3)
Authors: Vambe, D.; Dlamini, T.; Furin, J.; Gracia-Edwards, C.; Keus, K.; Kunene, K.; Shabangu, A.; Dlamini, S. N.; Sikhondze, W.

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