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monografie, knihy
monografie, knihy
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Title
Programmatic innovations to address challenges in tuberculosis prevention and care during the COVID-19 pandemic
Author
Date of issue
2021
Publisher
©2021
[Geneva] : World Health Organization, [2021]
Physical description
v, 28 stran
Language
angličtina
Country
Švýcarsko
Document type
monografie, knihy
ISBN
978-92-4-002530-1 (tištěná verze)
978-92-4-002529-5 (elektronická verze)
Erroneous ISBN: 9789240025301 (tištěná verze)
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NLK: online
Record number
MED00207626
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Abstract
To avoid a reversal of progress from the adverse impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, new knowledge and lessons from successful programmatic innovations are urgently needed to improve TB prevention and care. Experience can provide evidence for innovative approaches and strategies to maintain and scale up high-quality TB services. WHO therefore called for case studies on programmatic innovations that address emerging challenges in TB prevention and care during the pandemic in order to collect and disseminate the findings to the TB community. Between November 2020 and February 2021, a total of 23 case studies relevant to the call were accepted from 19 countries in the six regions of WHO. The lessons learnt from these country activities to ensure the continuity of essential services like TB care in the face of the crippling crisis may also inform strategies for minimizing the impact of future emerging pathogens on health services.
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