Participant training manual for the three interlinked patient monitoring systems for HIV care/ART, MCH/PMTCT and TB/HIV
Other TitlesGuide du participant à une formation aux trois systèmes intégrés de suivi du patient pour les soins VIH/TARV, SMI/PTME et TB/VIH
World Health Organization. (2012). Participant training manual for the three interlinked patient monitoring systems for HIV care/ART, MCH/PMTCT and TB/HIV. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/78150
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