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This training manual was created to build and strengthen the capacity of people with and affected by TB to better understand the human rights issues and abuses they encounter and be able to respond constructively by building on previous experience in participating in a TB-or and human rights-related activity...

Community Based Organizations Community Leaders Educators General Public Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Outreach Workers Social Service Providers

This facilitator-led guide is intended to build internal capacity within TB programs by assisting trainers to educate their colleagues on issues of cultural proficiency.

Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Outreach Workers

This resource is designed to help facilitate a training of The Union's "Online Childhood TB Training for Healthcare Workers course" ( Included in the training package are a facilitator's guide, sample course agenda, a participant workbook, and a sample evaluation form...

Health Professionals

This guide provides a summary of safety and efficacy data for drugs currently in use to treat TB. The guide also suggests advocacy points for activists, clinicians, and others working in TB.

Health Professionals
This set of 11 training modules on the Xpert MTB/RIF assay was developed by Global Laboratory Initiative partners, including FIND, KNCV, USAID, CDC and WHO. The modules include topics such as biosafety, specimen collection and transportation, supplies management, installation, Xpert MTB/RIF procedures, recording and reporting, and troubleshooting.
Health Professionals Lab Personnel
The purpose of this training toolkit is to build the capacity of health care workers to address and manage TB in children. The toolkit consists of ten modules. Topics include epidemiology of childhood TB, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, TB/HIV co-infection, multidrug-resistant TB, and community-based child TB management.
Health Professionals International Agencies
In this resource pack you will find: • Assembly ideas. • Project plans. • Lesson plans based on TB and every subject in the current school curriculum. • Fact Sheets for teachers and students on TB. • A ‘Get Involved’ factsheet with fundraising ideas.
Health Educators/Communicators
This curriculum is designed for training TB control professionals, NGOs, and civil society activists at national and local levels who are involved in advocacy, communication, and social mobilization (ACSM) efforts. It is designed to provide country-level staff with the specific knowledge and skills to plan, implement, and evaluate effective ACSM interventions linked to specific TB control objectives...
Community Leaders Health Professionals Policy Makers
This training course uses a variety of methods of instruction to help health workers develop specific skills necessary to diagnose persons with TB and manage treatment for their patients. The training course consists of 10 modules titled: 'A: Introduction', 'B: Detect Cases of TB', 'C: Treat TB Patients', 'D: Inform Patients About TB', 'E: Identify and Supervise Community TB Treatment Supporters', 'F: Manage Drugs and Supplies for TB', 'G: Ensure Continuation of TB Treatment', 'H: Monitor TB Case Detection and Treatment', 'I: TB Infection Control in Your Health Facility', and 'J: Field Exercise - Observe TB Management', and 'K: Management of Tuberculosis - Reference booklet'
Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers
This set of online materials can be used by instructors in the core public health disciplines (Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Health Policy and Management, Environmental Health Sciences, and Social and Behavioral Sciences). The materials can help provide important and sometimes neglected content on the prevention and control of TB to graduate level public health students.
Health Educators/Communicators Medical and Nursing School Students
This training curriculum for tuberculosis (TB) health care workers introduces principles of interpersonal communication and counseling of clients on TB and HIV and provides practical experience in TB and HIV counseling skills in a three-day workshop. The training package also includes PowerPoint presentations on parts 1, 2, and 4 for the trainers; and handouts for the participants.
Health Educators/Communicators

This pilot curriculum for accompagnateurs comprises 15 units, with a focus on treatment and support for patients with HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis. Accompagnateurs are community health workers trained and employed to provide medical and psychosocial support for their neighbors. This curriculum contains a training guide, handbook, flipchart, and slides...

Community Leaders Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals International Agencies Outreach Workers
The overall goal of the training course is to further develop the skills required to plan and implement collaborative TB/HIV activities based on the strategies for controlling TB and HIV/AIDS recommended by WHO. Includes a manual for participants, a guide for facilitators, and a guide for the course director.
Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals International Agencies Managers and Supervisors Policy Makers
The HIV Rapid Testing Training Package, developed by CDC and WHO in collaboration with the Office of the United States Global AIDS Coordinator, is designed for laboratory technicians, nurses, and counselors at test sites. It provides them with the knowledge and skills to perform HIV rapid tests accurately and reliably in a safe and professional manner...
Health Professionals Lab Personnel Social Service Providers
This publication, developed by the WHO Stop TB Partnership, is a training course that consists of 14 modules, including a facilitator guide and answer sheets. This course provides District TB Coordinators the skills and knowledge needed to plan, supervise, implement, monitor and evaluate the activities of a district TB control program...
Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Managers and Supervisors