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This  fact sheet provides information for arrivals and their sponsors on the TB screening and attestation requirements of the Uniting for Ukraine program. Ukrainian is on one side and English is on the other.

Non-U.S.-born persons
2023

This 2-page resource is a conversation guide for patients about how to talk to healthcare providers about TB risk, understand the testing process, and discuss treatment options.

Asian or Pacific Islander persons Non-U.S.-born persons General Public
2022

This flipbook provides basic information on active TB disease. The resource can be used while working with patients and families from the Marshallese community.

Non-U.S.-born persons General Public Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2022

This flipbook provides basic information on active TB disease. The flipbook is in English and Marshallese. The resource can be used while working with patients and families from the Marshallese community.

Non-U.S.-born persons General Public Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2022

When working with patients who prefer to communicate in Somali, the flashcards can be used to monitor side effects and adverse reactions from TB medications. 

Non-U.S.-born persons Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2021

When working with patients who prefer to communicate in Spanish, the flashcards can be used to monitor side effects and adverse reactions from TB medications. 

Non-U.S.-born persons Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2021

When working with patients who prefer to communicate in Vietnamese, the flashcards can be used to monitor side effects and adverse reactions from TB medications. 

Non-U.S.-born persons Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2021

A checklist of side effects of TB treatment. The checklist presents information in Dari and English.

Non-U.S.-born persons Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2021

When working with patients who prefer to communicate in Dari, the flashcards can be used to monitor side effects and adverse reactions from TB medications. 

Non-U.S.-born persons Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2021

When working with patients who prefer to communicate in Pashto, the flashcards can be used to monitor side effects and adverse reactions from TB medications. 

Non-U.S.-born persons Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2021

When working with patients who prefer to communicate in Cantonese, the flashcards can be used to monitor side effects and adverse reactions from TB medications. 

Non-U.S.-born persons Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2021

When working with patients who prefer to communicate in Cantonese, the flashcards can be used to monitor side effects and adverse reactions from TB medications. 

Non-U.S.-born persons Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2021

When working with patients who prefer to communicate in Mandarin, the flashcards can be used to monitor side effects and adverse reactions from TB medications. 

Non-U.S.-born persons Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2021

This guide is for people with tuberculosis (TB), people at risk for TB, and their caretakers. The guide contains information on what services you have the right to receive, as well as your rights related to TB prevention, testing, treatment, and care.

American Indian or Alaska Native persons Asian or Pacific Islander persons Community Leaders Health Educators/Communicators Hispanic or Latino persons Long-term Residential Care Providers Migrant Workers Non-U.S.-born persons People experiencing homelessness Social Service Providers
2018

This series covers six topics —TB disease, TB infection, tuberculin skin testing, TB contact investigation, TB and HIV coinfection, and TB medicine. The materials are in English (low literacy), Spanish with English translation, Tagalog with English translation, and Vietnamese with English translation.

Non-U.S.-born persons General Public Persons With LTBI
2017