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This second edition manual includes information and resources to support the implementation of TB infection prevention and control measures. This material is intended to be used in efforts to reduce the risk of tuberculosis transmission in health and community care settings.

Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers Nurses Physicians
2023

This 90-minute video provides training on TB and the TB Tuberculin Skin Test. 

Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers Outreach Workers Physicians Nurses
2021

The resource provides recommendations for the programmatic management of tuberculosis preventive treatment. Modules of the WHO consolidated guidelines on tuberculosis are complemented by matching modules of the WHO operational handbook on tuberculosis.

Civil Surgeons Correctional Facility Staff Government Agencies Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers International Agencies Physicians
2020

The operational handbook provides information on how to implement the WHO recommendations, tools, job-aids, and monitoring and evaluation indicators for the programmatic management of tuberculosis preventive treatment. The Module 1 handbook complements Module 1 of the WHO consolidated guidelines on tuberculosis...

Civil Surgeons Correctional Facility Staff Government Agencies Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers Physicians International Agencies
2020

The book provides basic information on the use of the public health and clinical laboratories in the diagnosis and monitoring of patients with latent tuberculosis infection(LTBI) and tuberculosis(TB) disease.

Civil Surgeons Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers International Agencies Lab Personnel
2018

These new guidelines supersede previous WHO policy documents on the management of LTBI in people living with HIV, household contacts of people with active TB, other groups at risk of developing TB, and for LTBI testing. The consolidated guidelines are expected to provide the basis and rationale for the development of national guidelines for LTBI management, adapted to the national and local epidemiology of TB, the availability of resources, the health infrastructure and other national and local determinants...

Civil Surgeons Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers International Agencies Lab Personnel
2018

Guided video for patients who have to collect their sputum during a medical visit.

Civil Surgeons Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers Lab Personnel Managers and Supervisors Medical and Nursing School Students
2018

This is a flipbook from the Multnomah County Health Department for patients with tuberculosis (TB) disease. The flipbook has information on TB disease, testing, case management, treatment, and more. The material is also available in Russian, Chinese, Somali, Vietnamese, and Spanish.

Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers Managers and Supervisors Outreach Workers
2018

This handbook focuses specifically on three technologies that are being widely used to help TB patients complete their treatment over the many months that their regimens last.

Civil Surgeons Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers International Agencies Lab Personnel Long-term Care Residents Long-term Residential Care Providers Persons With LTBI Social Service Providers
2018

This fact sheet provides brief information on M. bovis, as well as safety and infection control measures for individuals handling carcasses of animals known or suspected to have TB.

Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers Lab Personnel
2018

This is a planning document designed to facilitate the integration of strong public-private mix components into national TB strategic plans that are supposed to be the basis for Global Fund proposals and national budgeting processes, and will help drive a more comprehensive approach to provider engagement in TB care and prevention.

Civil Surgeons Community Leaders Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers International Agencies Lab Personnel Managers and Supervisors Outreach Workers Policy Makers
2017

Basics of MDR-TB Clinical Care: Online Video Series is comprised of a series of short, online lectures presented in easy to digest segments. The series will cover major topics pertaining to epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment regimens, monitoring and case management, side-effects, prevention and isolation, treatment of contacts, and special situations...

Civil Surgeons Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers Lab Personnel Long-term Residential Care Providers Managers and Supervisors Outreach Workers
2017

The purpose of this document is to provide guidance for clinicians, nurses, and hospital infection preventionists on the use of the Xpert MTB/RIF assay when making decisions to discontinue airborne infection isolation for persons with suspected, infectious pulmonary TB.

Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers
2016

The poster from the Toronto Public Health raises awareness about signs and symptoms of TB and initiating infection control to protect and prevent the spread of TB among patients and hospital staff.

Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers
2014

This online course explains how the FAST strategy can be applied in various settings. FAST stands for: Finding TB cases, Actively, Separating safely, and Treating effectively.

Health Professionals Managers and Supervisors Lab Personnel Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers
2013