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Chikovore, J., Salomon , A., Jooste, S., Mkhombo, T., Pai, M., Daftary , A., Boffa, J. & Moyo, S. (2020) Letter to the editor: Why we need to evaluate the quality of tuberculosis care in South Africa's private health sector. South African Medical Journal. 109(11):817-818.
Poor-quality tuberculosis (TB) care is now a larger barrier to reducing mortality than poor access. South Africa (SA) has one of the highest...
Boffa, J., Moyo, S, Chikovore, J, Salomon, A., Mkhombo, T., Kwan, A., Daniels, B., Wu, S., Pai, M. & Daftary, A. (2020) Factors influencing patients' willingness to return to private providers for TB diagnostic care: insight from a standardised patient study in South Africa . (Paper presented at the 50th Union World Conference on Lung Health, Hyderabad, India, 30 October to 2 November).
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Boffa, J., Mhlaba, T., Sulis, G., Moyo, S., Sifumba, Z., Pai, M. & Daftary, A. (2020) Letter to the editor: COVID-19 and Tuberculosis in South Africa: a dangerous combination. South African Medical Journal. March:Online.
Reddy, P. & Oosthuizen, A. (2020) Views of South Africans during early lockdown: an HSRC pilot study. HSRC Review. 18(2):3-5.
South Africa's strategy to contain COVID-19 relies on the public's willingness to adhere to the requirements of the lockdown and their under...Download this report
Moyo, S. (2020) Tuberculosis in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa. HSRC Review. 18(2):14-15.
The COVID-19 pandemic reached South Africa in March - the month in which World Tuberculosis (TB) Day is commemorated. The 24th of March is d...
Lynch, I. & Teagle, A. (2020) The COVID-19 impact on sexual- and reproductive-health rights and gender based violence. HSRC Review. 18(2):36-37.
COVID-19 arrived in South Africa at a critical time for women's rights. The lockdown has brought with it an increase in reports of domestic ...