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Effective Interviewing for Tuberculosis Contact Investigation: Video and Checklist
Effective Interviewing for Tuberculosis Contact Investigation: Video and Checklist
Author: Global Tuberculosis Institute at Rutgers The State University of New Jersey

Publication Date: 16 January 2019

Country of Origin: United States

Format: Video

Physical Description: Video: 57:00.

Language: English

How to Access this Material:
HTML: http://globaltb.njms.rutgers.edu/educatio
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Abstract: The video is intended to provide overall guidance and interviewing techniques. Viewers are presented an overview of interviewing for TB contact investigation, excerpts of a TB interview and a re-interview, and commentary from experts in the field. The checklist focuses on critical elements of a TB interview.

 

Publisher:
Global Tuberculosis Institute at Rutgers The State University of New Jersey
225 Warren St
1st Fl., West Wing
Newark, NJ 07103
Main Phone: (973) 972-3270
http://globaltb.njms.rutgers.edu/ external site


Audience(s):
Health Educators/Communicators, Health Professionals, Managers and Supervisors, Outreach Workers

Topic:
Contact Investigation - Interviewing, Infection Control, Training and Education, Treatment

Notes
This video is available on-line only and can be streamed live or downloaded. If you are having issues viewing the content, please contact globaltb@njms.rutgers.edu

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