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ILLNESS PERCEPTION & UTILIZATION OF HEALTH FACILITIES
No of Records : 22 (177-198)
Community Survey Based
No of Records : 16 (177-192)
A sociological study of the awareness of symptoms among persons with pulmonary
Knowledge of tuberculosis among healthy people and tuberculosis patients as a factor in public acceptance of the methods of prevention and treatment of tuberculosis.
A medico-social study of pulmonary tuberculosis in Mati village, Lucknow.
A sociological study of awareness of symptoms of pulmonary tuberculosis and action taken by the patients to seek relief.
A sociological study of awareness of symptoms and action taking of persons with pulmonary tuberculosis (a re-survey).
Illness perception and medical relief in rural communities.
Study of utilisation of general health and tuberculosis services by a rural community.
A study on knowledge and attitude towards tuberculosis in a rural area of West Bengal.
Awareness about tuberculosis among general population: A pilot study.
Awareness of tuberculosis: Editorial.
Sample survey of awareness of symptoms and utilisation of health facilities by chest symptomatics.
Tuberculosis awareness among educated public in two cities in Tamil Nadu
Knowledge of tuberculosis in high-risk populations:survey of inner city minorities
Fate of pulmonary tuberculosis patients diagnosed in a prevalence survey A socio- epidemiological follow up after five years
Knowledge of tuberculosis in a south Indian rural community, initially and after health education
Community involvement in tuberculosis control : lessons from other health care programmes
Health Centre Based
No of Records : 6 (192-198)
Behaviour of tuberculous patients towards a treatment organisation offering limited
Some implications of the observed socio-epidemiological characteristics of out-patients attending a city tuberculosis control centre.
A socio-epidemiological study of out-patients attending a city tuberculosis clinic in India to judge the place of specialised centres in a tuberculosis control programme.
The tuberculosis patient's knowledge about his disease.
Anti-tuberculosis shibirs (TB camps) where work becomes a pleasure.
Long term sociological follow up of symptom recurrence and action taken by tuberculosis patients.
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a) Community Survey Based
b) Health Centre Based