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Published on 15.11.18 in Vol 20, No 11 (2018): November

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Works citing "Feasibility, Acceptability, and Adoption of Digital Fingerprinting During Contact Investigation for Tuberculosis in Kampala, Uganda: A Parallel-Convergent Mixed-Methods Analysis"

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  1. Anne N, Dunbar MD, Abuna F, Simpson P, Macharia P, Betz B, Cherutich P, Bukusi D, Carey F. Feasibility and acceptability of an iris biometric system for unique patient identification in routine HIV services in Kenya. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2020;133:104006
  2. Lee Y, Raviglione M, Flahault A. The Use of Digital Technology to Enhance Tuberculosis Control: Scoping Review (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;
  3. Davis JL, Turimumahoro P, Meyer AJ, Ayakaka I, Ochom E, Ggita J, Mark D, Babirye D, Okello DA, Mugabe F, Fair E, Vittinghoff E, Armstrong-Hough M, Dowdy D, Cattamanchi A, Haberer J, Katamba A. Home-based tuberculosis contact investigation in Uganda: a household randomised trial. ERJ Open Research 2019;5(3):00112-2019