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Working together with businesses

World Health Organization; UNAIDS; International Labour Organization; et al., (2012)

Guidance on TB and TB/HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care in the workplace

Use of BCG vaccine in HIV-infected infants

World Health Organization, (2010)

Extract from report of GACVS meeting of 3-4 December 2009, published in the WHO Weekly Epidemiological Record on 29 January 2010

The Use of BCG Vaccine in HIV Infected Patients

Centre for Health Protection; Scientific Committee on AIDS and STI; Department of Health, (2009)

Consensus statement on the revised World Health Organization recommendations for BCG vaccination in HIV-infected infants

A. C. Hesseling, M. F. Cotton, C. F. von Reyn, et al., Eds.: CG Working Group, Child Lung Health Section, International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, (2008)

Offical Statement INT J TUBERC LUNG DIS 12(12):1376–1379

Guidelines for Workplace TB Control Activities

Benjamin O Alli [et al.], Eds.: World Health Organisation, International Labour Organization, (2003)

This World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) joint guidelines production aims at harnessing the contribution of employers and workers towards the control of TB. It covers all the practical steps involved in establishing TB control activities, including (for large employers) starting and running a workplace TB control programme. They are intended for use in all countries in which TB incidence is high and the target audience for the guidelines includes employers, employee organizations, NTP managers, and agencies providing technical support for TB control.

Early versus late BCG vaccination in HIV-1- exposed infants in Uganda: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

V. Nankabirwa , J. K. Tumwine, O. Namugga, et al., Eds.: Trials; BooMed Central, (2017)

Trials (2017) 18:152, DOI 10.1186/s13063-017-1881-z

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