Less research on tuberculosis than HIV and malaria when research agendas are poorly coordinated: a systematic review of research outputs from Cambodia
Citation: M. Khan et al. International Journal of Infectious Diseases 56 (2017) 25–29
Abstract: Coordination of health interventions and research is often weak during periods of political transition and unprecedented aid inflows, which Cambodia has recently experienced. Although HIV, tuberculosis (TB), and malaria have been a focus of international funding, TB has received much less. This study compares the numbers and methodologies of studies conducted on TB, malaria, and HIV in Cambodia, identifying evidence gaps and future research needs.
Author(s): International Journal of Infectious Diseases
Resource Type: Guidance and Tools
Filed under: Cambodia, HIV, Journal Article, Research, Review, TB research