Prescribing practices for presumptive TB among private general practitioners in South Africa: a cross-sectional, standardised patient study

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Published January 2022.

 Medicine prescribing practices are integral to quality of care for leading infectious diseases such as tuberculosis (TB). We describe prescribing practices in South Africa’s private health sector, where an estimated third of people with TB symptoms first seek care.

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Salomon, A., Boffa, J., Moyo, S., Chikovore, J., Sulis, G., Daniels, B., Kwan, A., Mkhombo, T., Wu, S., Pai, M., & Daftary, A. (2022). Prescribing practices for presumptive TB among private general practitioners in South Africa: a cross-sectional, standardised patient study. BMJ global health7(1), e007456. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjgh-2021-007456

Tags HIV/AIDS
Geographies South Africa

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