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Nora Engel

researchers attending a global TB conference, Macq and colleagues noted more attention to tailoring DOT to local contexts and moving from DOT as supervision of drug intake to DOT as social support (Macq et al., 2003 ). In DOT as social support the DOTS provider's role was seen as being someone who goes beyond physically observing patients swallowing their drugs, who finds creative ways to make life more acceptable for patients and who, through that, supports them in successfully completing their treatment. This understanding requires more attention to the DOTS provider

in Global health and the new world order