The multi-step process of building TB/HIV collaboration in Cambodia

Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS have synergistic health impacts in terms of disease development and progression.
Therefore, collaborative TB and HIV/AIDS activities are a logical health systems response. However, the
establishment of these activities presents a challenge for countries that have strong vertical disease programs that
differ in their implementation philosophies. Here, we review the process by which TB/HIV collaboration was

Provider perceptions of pharmacy-initiated tuberculosis referral services in Cambodia, 2005–2010

SETTING: Since 2005, private pharmacies linked to the National Tuberculosis Programme (NTP) and the Municipal Health Department in Phnom Penh have referred tuberculosis (TB) symptomatic patients to public sector TB clinics.
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the attitudes and practices of pharmacy-initiated referral service providers in Phnom Penh from 2005 to 2010.

Time to unsuccessful tuberculosis treatment outcome, Cambodia, China, and Viet Nam



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