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A library of resources for the prevention,
management, and elimination of TB.

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The fact sheet includes information on window treatment for children after exposure to TB, such as how to help a child take isoniazid, potential side effects, and when to call a child's doctor. The material also lists symptoms of TB disease in children. 

Parents/Families
2020

This video encourages young children and household contacts of TB patients to adhere to TB treatment to help prevent TB.

Asian or Pacific Islander persons Children/Adolescents Educators Parents/Families General Public Health Educators/Communicators Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2019
This fact sheet contains information on TB testing and treatment for pregnant or breastfeeding mothers. The resource also contains information on the differences between TB disease and latent TB infection.
General Public Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Parents/Families
2019
Dr. Mark Gilbert of the BC Centre for Disease Control talks about tuberculosis in a minute-long video.
Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Medical and Nursing School Students Parents/Families Persons With LTBI
2018
An infographic with information on latent TB, TB disease, TB in British Columbia, TB globally, and TB symptoms,
Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Medical and Nursing School Students Parents/Families Persons With LTBI
2018
The TB Voices Project documented individuals' TB experience using photos, video/voice recordings, and/or their written story. Twenty-eight people from across King and Snohomish County, Washington shared their TB experiences through the TB Voices Project in 2013. The website contains: video and audio clips of more than 25 TB stories; a 13 minute video applicable for all audiences; and an active blog.
Community Leaders General Public Health Professionals Parents/Families Persons With LTBI
2014
This website provides answers to common questions regarding a bronchoscopy.
Parents/Families
2013
This webpage details TB disease in children under 15 years of age (also called pediatric tuberculosis).
Health Professionals Parents/Families
2012

This brochure provides parents with important information on tuberculosis infection in children. It is designed in a question and answer format with highlighted information for quick and easy readability. The information covered ranges from the definitions of tuberculosis (TB) infection and TB disease to diagnosis and treatment of TB infection...

Parents/Families
2008
In recognition of the worldwide TB epidemic, this useful publication has been extensively updated. The comprehensive and easily readable text covers the clinician’s and patient’s perspective; practical information including the DOT strategy for adherence to treatment; treatment and management.
Health Professionals Parents/Families Persons With LTBI
2006
This pamphlet provides information for parents about TB in children.
General Public Parents/Families
2003
This fact sheet includes helpful hints on pediatric medicine administration if a child has difficulty swallowing pills or capsules.
Health Professionals Parents/Families
2002