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Guidelines for Control of TB in Prisons

Guidelines for Control of TB in Prisons

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This document provides the latest guiding principles for implementation of the internationally recommended Stop TB strategy in prison settings. Implementation of these Guidelines in line with the Stop TB Strategy will accelerate the achievement of case detection and treatment targets and thus prevent and manage drug resistant TB and TB/HIV co-infection. These Guidelines are aimed at providing prison health staff with the necessary information they need to tackle TB.
This document provides the latest guiding principles for implementation of the internationally recommended Stop TB strategy in prison settings. Implementation of these Guidelines in line with the Stop TB Strategy will accelerate the achievement of case detection and treatment targets and thus prevent and manage drug resistant TB and TB/HIV co-infection. These Guidelines are aimed at providing prison health staff with the necessary information they need to tackle TB.

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Published by: International Committee of the Red Cross on Mar 22, 2010
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Tuberculosis in Prisons
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Guidelines or conTrolo Tuberculosis in Prisons
T cat  Ta Ata aitata ctt  t r c
Masoud DaraMalgosia GrzemskaMichael E. KimerlingHernan ReyesAndrey Zagorskiy
Jaa 2009
The Global Health Bureau, Oce o Health, Inectious Disease and Nutrition (HIDN), US Agencyor International Development, nancially supports this document/ through TB CAP under theterms o Agreement No.GHS-A-00-05-00019-00.This inormation is made possible by the generous support o the American people through theUnited States Agency or International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibilityo TB CAP and do not necessarily refect the views o USAID or the United States Government.
 
AcknowledGmenTs
The writing committee would like to thank the members o the external reviewcommittee and particularly the ollowing experts or their helpul commentsand suggestions
(in alphabetic order)
:Maarten van Clee, Pierpaolo de Colombani, Alex Gatherer, Mirtha DelGranado, Muhammad Hatta, Gourlay Heather, Ineke Huitema, SirinaphaJittimanee, Hans Kluge, Vicente Martín, Joost van der Meer, Ya Diul Mukadi,Jürgen Noeske, Svetlana Pak, Amy Piatek, Alasdair Reid, Nuccia Saleri, FabioScano, Pedro Guillermo Suarez, Sombat Thanpresertsuk, Lilanganee Telisinghe,Jan Voskens, David Zavala, and Jean-Pierre Zellweger.The committee would also like to thank Mayra S. Arias or her input and MSHsta, particularly the CPM editorial group (Laurie Hall, Kristen Berquist, andMSH consultant Marilyn Nelson), who edited and ormatted the document.Masoud Dara served as scientic editior and oversaw the completiono this document.

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