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Effectiveness of two gender sensitisation strategies in RNTCP : a comparative study in Orissa

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF HEALTH MANAGEMENT RESEARCH
2002

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This paper describes a research project which aimed to assess the relative effectiveness of two gender sensitisation strategies for health providers involved in the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP). The report analyses the two approaches in terms of their delivery of treatment and in terms of cost effectiveness. Its conclusions include: the need to emphasise poverty issues alongside gender issues and a suggestion to use mass media as well as targetted training. The report also calls for more longitudinal research

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