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South African National Tuberculosis Guidelines
Churchyard, G.J. Tuberculosis and HIV. Chapter 26.
2007. National Department of Health.
HIV AIDS in South Africa. Eds: Karim, S.A. andKarim, Q.A. 2004. Cambridge University Press.
Tuberculosis Treatment Support and AdherenceGuidelines
, 2006, National Department of Health
WHO Report 2008: Global Tuberculosis Control:
Surveillance, Planning, Financing.
Management of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis in
08/key_points/en/index.html. Accessed 23 April 2008.
. Policy guidelines 2007. Department ofHealth.
The Global Plan to Stop TB 2006-2015.
http://www.stoptb.org/globalplan/. Accessed 18
National Antiretroviral Treatment Guidelines
TB prophylaxis). 2004.
Anti-Tuberculosis Drug Resistance in the World.
progressrep.html. Accessed 18 November 2007.
Fourth Global Report. The WHO/IUATLD GlobalProject on Anti-tuberculosis Drug Resistance
Guideline on Isoniazid Preventive Therapy for
Patients with Silicosis in Southern Africa. Work and
Guidelines for the Prevention of Tuberculosis in
Churchyard, G.J. and Corbett, E.L. Tuberculosis
Healthcare Facilities in Resource-Limited Settings.
Control in Mines. TB: A Comprehensive International
. Eds: Raviglione, M. and Lambregt, K. 2004.
Accessed 18 November 2007.
Churchyard, G.J., and Corbett E.L. Tuberculosis and
Improving the Diagnosis and Treatment of Smear-
Associated Diseases. Chapter 6 in the Handbook of
Occupational Health Practice in the South African
Tuberculosis among Adults and Adolescents.
. 1st edition. Eds: Guild, R., Ehrlich,
R.E., Johnston, J.R. and Ross, M.H. Johannesburg,
007.379_eng.pdf. Accessed 18 November 2007.
Safety in Mines Research Advisory Committee.
2001. pp.153-192. ISBN 1-919853-02-2.
Guidelines on Co-Trimoxazole Prophylaxis for HIV-
Related Infections among Children, Adolescents and
Adults in Resource-Limited Settings. Recommendationsfor a Public Health Approach
. Geneva, World Health
Tuberculosis Infection Control in the Era of
Expanding HIV Care and Treatment: Addendum to
WHO Guidelines for the Prevention of Tuberculosis
in Healthcare Facilities in Resource-Limited Settings.
International Standards for Tuberculosis Care (ISTC).
_ADD_eng.pdf. Accessed 18 November 2007.
Tuberculosis Coalition for Technical Assistance. TheHague: Tuberculosis Coalition for Technical
Interim Policy on Collaborative TB/HIV Activities.
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/hq/2004/WHO_HTM_TB_2004.330_eng.pdf. Accessed 18 November 2007.
Interventions for Tuberculosis Control andElimination, International Union Against Tuberculosis
World Health Organization. Preventive Therapy
Against Tuberculosis in People Living with HIV
Policy Statement. Weekly Epidemiological Record
Tackling Tuberculosis: The Business Response.
Tuberculosis and HIV Coinfection. Current State of
Maher, D., Boldrini, F., Pathania, V., Alli, B., Gabriel,
Knowledge and Research Priorities. 2007; 196:S1.
P., Kisting, S., & Norval, P.Y., 2003, Guidelines forWorkplace Control TB Activities: The Contribution of
Antiretroviral Therapy for HIV Infection in Adults and
Workplace TB Control Activities to TB Control in the
Adolescents in Resource-Limited Settings: Towards
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Universal Access. Recommendations for a Public
. Geneva, World Health
Good Practice Guidance on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis
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South African Department of
National Institute of Occupational
Topic index, silicosis prevention guidelines,
Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Safety in Mines Research
Occupational health reports of past research
Democratic Nursing Organisation
South Africa chapter of International Council of
of South Africa (DENOSA)
Nurses (ICN): training, empowerment andeducation material for nurses
South African Red Cross Society
Community health education on care and support
South Africa Business Coalition
on HIV/AIDS (SABCOHA)
World Health Organization
UNAIDS – Joint United Nations
Best practice guidelines, statistical updates on HIV
Programme on HIV/AIDS
Centers for Disease Control and
Basic overview TB/HIV morbidity and mortality
weekly report; TB/HIV/STD treatment andprevention guidelines
Johns Hopkins Medicine, Division
of Infectious Diseases
International Union Against
Tuberculosis and Lung Disease
International Labour Organization
World Economic Forum
Guidelines, case studies and tools for developing
Lilly MDR TB Partnership
International Council of Nurses
Guidelines for nurses in the care and control of TB
World Medical Association
International Hospital Federation
TB and MBR-TB training manuals for hospital
International Council on Mining &
Guidelines on HIV, TB and malaria for mining
International Federation for Red
Cross and Red Crescent
Consortium to Respond
Effectively to the TB/HIV
Stop TB Partnership
Resources, potential partners and working groups
TB Survival Project
Resources, patient education material on TB and
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