Community Perceptions and Experiences of TB in Kanchanaburi, Thailand: A Gender Equity Analysis
Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University, Salaya Campus, 2004 - Sex factors in disease - 59 pages
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The Changing Dynamics of TB in Thailand
Study Design and Methods
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activities adherence analysis asked associated Bangkok behaviour body causes challenge Chapter Four Chapter Three community members conducted confirmed coughing develop district drinking drugs economic effects environments especially example experienced experiences explore face factors family members feel felt Figure findings focus group discussions further gender health workers HIV/AIDS household immunity impact implications important in-depth interviews incidence increase infected International interviews Kanchanaburi language living Lung Disease Mahidol University medication Medicine methods months Observed older female older male participants particular perceived perceptions person perspective Population poverty provider province qualitative rates reported responses risk School shows smoking Social status stigma strategies Study Findings survey symptoms Table talked TB Control Programme TB patients TB prevalence TB treatment Thailand tuberculosis understand VHVs village vulnerability to TB women young younger younger female