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‘Tuberculosis Attitude’ in Uganda’s Greater Northern Region

CPAR Uganda Ltd (CPAR) conducted a qualitative investigation in to pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) in Uganda, from 2016 to 2017, as part of the “Tuberculosis: Working to Empower The Nations Diagnostic Efforts (TWENDE)” research and advocacy project that was funded by the EDCTP  under its second programme, EDCTP2, that was funded by Horizon 2020 European Union funding for research innovation.

This briefing which is based on a second level analysis of the CPAR TWENDE qualitative data set for the greater northern Uganda is the eight in a series of briefings through which CPAR is sharing its findings.  It contains the findings for only one aspect – the recommendations of CPAR greater northern Uganda respondents related to attitudinal issues believed to have impact on provision and accessing of PTB healthcare services – attitudes that drive the TB-HIV-AIDS association and that drive the deployment r not of human resources for PTB healthcare. The full PDF of this briefing (4 pages, including cover and acknowledgement pages) is available free to DOWNLOAD HERE.

 


Tuberculosis: Working to Empower the Nations’ Diagnostic Efforts (TWENDE)
Disclaimer: This is among the products of the TWENDE project that is part of the EDCTP2 programme supported by the European Union.  Whereas, the EDCTP Association and the European Union provided funding for the TWENDE Project, the views herein expressed are not necessarily those of the EDCTP Association or those of the European Union.