May 2024 is your one-stop site to find TB educational materials for patients and providers.

Why should I be tested for Inactive Tuberculosis (TB)?, from the CDC Division of Tuberculosis Elimination.

Available in English, Chinese, Ilocano, Marshallese, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese

Bill of Rights and Responsibilities for Tuberculosis Research, from the TB Vaccine Community Engagement Strategy Working Group and the Tuberculosis Trials Consortium (TBTC) Community Research Advisors Group (CRAG).

Available in Spanish

TB Education and Training Network (ETN) and TB Program Evaluation Network (PEN) Conference is September 17-19, 2024 in Atlanta, Georgia

The 2024 TB ETN and TB PEN Conference presents a unique opportunity for TB program staff to expand their understanding of TB education, training, and program evaluation. The conference will include sessions on updated TB information and best practices, as well as networking opportunities amongst conference attendees. Participants will learn from recognized experts in their field and from each other.

The 2024 TB ETN and TB PEN Conference is jointly sponsored by TB ETN and TB PEN. Everyone attending the conference, including speakers, must complete a registration form by August 16, 2024. There is no registration fee.

Visit the CDC website to learn more about the conference.

Some states and localities have developed legal reporting requirements for latent TB infection as a tool to prevent TB disease. Check out the CDC website to learn about latent TB infection laws in your state.

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

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