Since the publication of the tuberculosis handbook by the world health organization in 1998 important changes have taken place in the global context in which control of tuberculosis tb is carried out firstly the dots strategy has been adopted by virtually all countries during the past decade . Implementing the who stop tb strategy implementing the who stop tb strategy a handbook for national tuberculosis control programmes who htm tb 2008401 1tuberculosis pulmonary prevention and control this new version of the handbook for national tb control programmes provides an overview of the broad range of approaches. Consequently the scope of activities undertaken by national tb control programmes has greatly increased the purpose of this handbook is to bring together in summarized form the issues recommended strategies and practical measures involved in addressing each of the components of the who stop tb strategy. Implementing the who stop tb strategy a handbook for national tuberculosis control programmes source world health organisation publication date january 1 2008 view guideline 2008 world health organisation recommendations for controlling tuberculosis. This handbook summarizes the issues recommended strategies and practical measures involved in addressing each of the components of the stop tb strategy it outlines the range of activities to be addressed by the national tuberculosis control programmes and the recommended approaches to implementation of the strategy
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