1. An operational research agenda should be developed, outlining the priority topics to be studied, identifying key investigators and providing an adequate study budget.

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Under the program “Stop TB in Ukraine”, the following researches are planned for 2011-2015 with the financial support of the Global Fund:
Organizer – Charity Foundation “Development of Ukraine”:

  • social study of TB knowledge, attitude, practice and behaviour in various population groups across Ukraine (КАРВ) (2011, 2015);
  • evaluation of TB personnel potential (2012).

Organizer – Representative Office of the PATH International Organization in Ukraine:

  • operational study to evaluate case management effectiveness (2012 and 2014);
  • operational study of the national indicators of the National TB Program effectiveness and determination of needs for additional research (2011).

Organizer – International Charitable Foundation “International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine”:

  • operational study of access for TB patients to HIV testing and consulting (2012);
  • operational study to determine MDR-TB incidences among HIV-positive people (2011, 2013 and 2015);
  • operational study to map TB diagnostic and preventive services for HIV/AIDS-positive people (annually from 2011 to 2015);
  • operational study to implement TB infection control at facilities providing services to HIV-positive persons (2012 and 2014).

However, not all of these studies planned could be carried out.

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1. An operational research agenda should be developed, outlining the priority topics to be studied, identifying key investigators and providing an adequate study budget.

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