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Mentoring - Completed Student Project Data Quality Control for a Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluating a Community-based Intervention for HIV-Positive Individuals in a Resource-Poor Setting in Lima, Peru
Mentoring - Completed Student Project Investigating the cause and effect of delayed antibiotic initiation in community acquired pneumonia in Hong Kong - 2006
Academic Article Expanding tuberculosis case detection by screening household contacts.
Academic Article Community-based therapy for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Lima, Peru.
Academic Article Community-based treatment of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Lima, Peru: 7 years of experience.
Academic Article Surgery for patients with drug-resistant tuberculosis: report of 121 cases receiving community-based treatment in Lima, Peru.
Academic Article Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of physicians in Tomsk Oblast tuberculosis services regarding alcohol use among tuberculosis patients in Tomsk, Russia.
Academic Article Matching social support to individual needs: a community-based intervention to improve HIV treatment adherence in a resource-poor setting.
Academic Article Community-based DOT-HAART accompaniment in an urban resource-poor setting.
Academic Article Tungiasis in rural Haiti: a community-based response.
Academic Article Occurrence of serious adverse effects in patients receiving community-based therapy for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.
Academic Article How does directly observed therapy work? The mechanisms and impact of a comprehensive directly observed therapy intervention of highly active antiretroviral therapy in Peru.
Academic Article Community-based therapy for children with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.
Academic Article Poverty, inequality, and drug resistance: meeting community needs
Academic Article Community-based rapid oral human immunodeficiency virus testing for tuberculosis patients in Lima, Peru.
Academic Article Community-based treatment of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Lima, Peru: 7 years of experience
Concept Residence Characteristics
Concept Community Health Centers
Concept Community-Institutional Relations
Concept Community Health Services
Concept Community-Based Participatory Research
Mentoring - Completed Student Project A community-based needs assessment of the Navajo food environment: Understanding barriers to healthy food access
Mentoring - Completed Student Project A community-based needs assessment of the Navajo food environment: Understanding barriers to healthy food access
Mentoring - Completed Student Project Twelve month outcomes of a cluster randomized controlled trial of community-based accompaniment with supervised antiretrovirals in Lima, Peru
Academic Article Validation of 2 Spanish-Language Scales to Assess HIV-Related Stigma in Communities.
Mentoring - Completed Student Project Creation of a Community Advisory Board for Community-Based Cancer Research in Navajo Nation
Grant Community-based accompaniment with supervised antiretrovirals in Lima, Peru
Academic Article Cultural elements underlying the community health representative - client relationship on Navajo Nation.
Academic Article Community-Based Accompaniment with Supervised Antiretrovirals for HIV-Positive Adults in Peru: A Cluster-Randomized Trial.
Academic Article Community-Based Needs Assessment of Neurodevelopment, Caregiver, and Home Environment Factors in Young Children Affected by HIV in Lima, Peru.
Academic Article Strengthening the role of Community Health Representatives in the Navajo Nation.
Academic Article CASITA: a controlled pilot study of community-based family coaching to stimulate early child development in Lima, Peru.
Grant Impact of Navajo Nation Tax on Junk Food
Academic Article Integrating community health representatives with health care systems: clinical outcomes among individuals with diabetes in Navajo Nation.
Academic Article Community Outreach for Navajo People Living with Diabetes: Who Benefits Most?
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.