Guidelines for the control of tuberculosis in prisons / Dermot Maher ... [et al.]
Maher, Dermot, Grzemska, Malgorzata, Coninx, Rudi, Reyes, Hernan, WHO Global Tuberculosis Programme. et al. (1998). Guidelines for the control of tuberculosis in prisons / Dermot Maher ... [et al.]. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/64622
DescriptionForeword by John Crofton and Cornelio Sommaruga
Gov't Doc #WHO/TB/98.250
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Руководство по борьбе с туберкулезом в тюрьмах / Dermot Maher ... [и др.] с предисловием Сэра Джона Крофтона Всемирная организация здравоохранения; Глобальная программа ВОЗ по туберкулезу; Maher, Dermot; Grzemska, Malgorzata; Coninx, Rudi; Reyes, Hernan; Международный комитет Красного Креста (WHO/TB/98.250, 1998)
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/07/5063912, 2007)A review of the current position concerning the prevalence of tuberculosis showed that, despite the progress being made, TB remains a major problem in prisons in parts of Europe and for Europe as a whole. Urgently needed is for all those concerned, policy makers on public health and staff working in prisons, to understand the nature of the challenge coming from characteristics of the disease and from particular realities in prisons and among prison populations. This report provides the evidence of what must be done, and outlines the well-established ...
HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases and tuberculosis in prisons : report on a joint WHO/UNAIDS European seminar, Warsaw, Poland, 14-16 December 1997 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/ICP/CMDS 08 02 15, 1998)Responding to the serious threat to public health posed by the high levels of HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases and tuberculosis in the European prison population, the WHO Regional Office for Europe and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, in collaboration with the institutions participating in the WHO health in prisons project, organized a seminar of representatives of prison administrations and health care staff, national AIDS and tuberculosis programmes, nongovernmental organizations, and justice, interior and health ministries ...