Healthcare Acceptability Barriers and TB Diagnostic Delays

by Barnabishvili, Maia
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"Georgia is one of the High Tuberculosis-burden countries where people are still suffering and dying every day because of this disease. During my professional carrier in Georgia, I have witnessed many deficiencies of healthcare system in empowering TB affected individuals to overcome stigma of Tuberculosis and to access diagnostic services. Influenced by this experience, I chose to work on Tuberculosis from the public health perspective while spending time in Berlin School of Public Health at Charite University Medicine in Berlin, Germany. Literature review, documented in this book tells a story of system deficiencies from several countries and uncovers some of the barriers that make health services less acceptable for those with medical needs." - Maia Barnabishvili


Barnabishvili, Maia

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Biography Artist:
Maia Barnabishvili is a Georgian scholar dedicated to the research in Business of Healthcare. After her undergraduate degree in Business Administration and 4 years of practice in health sector, she recently obtained the MPH degree from Berlin School of Public Health and is currently pursuing doctoral degree in Management at the University of Miami.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

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Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
October 4, 2016
Package Dimensions:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.007 m; 0.227 kg
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