Gender perspectives on knowledge and practices regarding tuberculosis in urban and rural areas in Pakistan
AbstractWe investigated gender differences in knowledge of and attitude towards tuberculosis [TB] in urban and rural communities in Sindh province, Pakistan. Knowledge of symptoms was generally deficient, particularly in rural females. Regarding TB prevention, 22.4% of rural and 14.4% of urban males said completing treatment was important; only 9.8% of rural and 7.1% of urban females agreed. Doctors were an important source of information in rural areas and 60.9% of rural males said they would only stop treatment on a doctor's advice. In contrast, > 65% of respondents in urban areas said they would stop treatment when symptoms ended. Our study highlights the need to increase population awareness about TB in Sindh
Agboatwalla, M., Kazi, G.N., Shah, S.K. & Tariq, M. (2003). Gender perspectives on knowledge and practices regarding tuberculosis in urban and rural areas in Pakistan. EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 9 (4), 732-740, 2003 http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/119326
JournalEMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 9 (4), 732-740, 2003
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