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Umoya omuhle: Infection prevention and control for drug-resistant tuberculosis in South Africa in the era of decentralised care: A whole systems approach. Research questions 3 and 4_KwaZulu Natal.

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posted on 2022-11-07, 12:41 authored by Christopher ColvinChristopher Colvin, alison swartz, Idriss KallonIdriss Kallon, Karina Kielmann, Hayley MacgregorHayley Macgregor

Umoya omuhle is a three-year study that began in 2017 and uses a whole systems approach to look at infection prevention and control for drug-resistant tuberculosis in clinical settings of South Africa in an era of decentralised care. The name, Umoya omuhle, means good air in Zulu, and embodies the project vision of bringing a ‘breath of fresh air' to current thinking on infection prevention and control.

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Economic and Social Research Council (UK) (grant reference: ES/P008011/1)

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School of Public health and Family Medicine Division of Social and Behavioural Sciences