Paper uses qualitative description to examine the way that community settings act as determinants on tuberculosis (TB) detection and rates among Indigenous peoples. Researchers found delays in diagnosis and misdiagnosis to be high in urban centers, while issues of shame and stigma were prominent in rural and remote communities, low levels of TB knowledge were present in all communities.
Maria J. Mayan
Rebecca Jayne Gokiert
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International Indigenous Policy Journal, vol. 10, no. 2, June 18, 2019
Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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