Find TB Resources Website E-Newsletter
January 2012

TB 101 for Health Care WorkersB


Welcome to the e-newsletter for the Find TB Resources Website ( The purpose of this monthly newsletter is to inform you about the featured Highlight of the Month, additional helpful resources in the database, and other updates to the website.

Highlight of the Month

This month's highlight is the web-based course, TB 101 for Health Care Workers, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of Tuberculosis Elimination (DTBE). TB 101 for Health Care Workers was developed as a collaborative effort between CDC and the four TB Regional Training and Medical Consultation Centers (RTMCCs). The course is designed to educate health care workers about basic concepts related to TB prevention and control in the United States. The target audience for the course includes newly hired TB program staff and health care workers in areas related to TB (such as individuals who work in correctional facilities or HIV/AIDS clinics).

Do you have TB education or training materials you would like to share? You can submit materials to our database electronically! For more information, visit

Additional Resources

Overcoming Barriers to TB Control

Respire Aliviado! Tuberculose Tem Cura

ICF Poster for People Living with HIV/AIDS

Training Curriculum: Overcoming Barriers to TB Control – The Role of Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilization from the Stop TB Partnership and PATH.


Respire Aliviado! Tuberculose Tem Cura (Breathe Relieved! Tuberculosis Can Be Cured), from The Global Fund, Brazil.

ICF Poster for People Living with HIV/AIDS, from International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs.

To find out how to order or view these materials, visit

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