About Dyson Misquitta
A Research Scholar from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai exploring healthcare worker surveillance models in regard to TB infection control. Currently working as a Research Fellow with the George Institute for Global Health.
Role(s) / Profession(s)
George Institute for Global Health
Website: http://www.george.org.au/ Type: Non-Governmental Organization Country: Australia About: The George Institute has delivered high-impact evidence from a large program of research and innovation that has influenced health policy and healthcare practice worldwide. The George Institute employs a team of more than 300 staff across centres in Australia, India, China and the United Kingdom. The Institute’s projects now span more than 40 countries worldwide.
Dyson Misquitta started a discussion "UVGI Units, Installation and Maintenance - Training". in the TB Infection Control community.
Dear All, Firstly, I would like to mention, that they may be limitations to the use of any intervention in regard to TB IC. I just dont want the discussion to revolve around this. Just last week, I had a tough decision to put onto my report, that went against ...
Dyson Misquitta replied to "National TB Infection Control Guidelines of Tajikistan (in Russian)" in the TB Infection Control community.
Hi Grigory Can you send this in an English version? It would be useful for my research Regards Dyson Dyson Peter Misquitta PhD Scholar, School of Health System Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India Research Fellow, Research and Development Division, The George Institute for Global Health 839C, Road ...
Dyson Misquitta replied to "Assessment of old homes, orphanages etc for TB transmission risk" in the TB Infection Control community.
Hi, Its good that you are thinking of a Community level risk assessment. Essentially, the concepts of risk assessment would remain the same. I would first try to understand the burden of TB amongst the population you want to carry out these risk assessments, this would be needed to monitor ...
Hi, Just a thought. Since Genexpert would be used in the same laboratories conducting the C&DST (Intermediate Reference Labs in India),( atleast initially till its rolls out to primary health care level). Why not think of using something similar to a biosafety cabinet to give containment to the unit? (if ...
Dyson Misquitta replied to "Evidence needed: surfaces are not a factor in TB transmission" in the TB Infection Control community.
Hi Susan Why are you trying to convince higher authorities about something that is a part of universal hygiene and infection control strategies? Let's not forget TB is not the only disease out there. Or are you trying to advocate they use the budget for this for TB control measures? ...
- None at this time.