|Call||Career Development Fellowship (CDF)|
An Innovative Collaboration Model Between the National TB Control Program and Informal Healthcare Providers to Detect Additional Cases of TB In Cameroon
The main aim of this project is to determine the effect of a structured integration scheme of IHPs into the NTCP practices on TB case detection of three cities: Douala, Ebolowa and Bafoussam and to provide evidence of cases missed by the NTCP in the populous neighborhood of these cities while assessing TB-HIV co-infected patients’ health-seeking behavior and the use PMTCT by infected pregnant women in the informal sector.
|University of Yaonde I (UYI)||Cameroon|
This is a concomitant mixed design combining the qualitative and quantitative approaches.
|National TB Control Program Littoral region|
|National TB Control Program South region|
|National TB Control Program West region|
University of Yaoundé I
|Walden University, United States||PhD||2012-05-04|
|Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States||MpH||2008-05-05|
|Dr. Sylvie Kwedi Nolna||Cameroon||University of Yaoundé I|