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Words Matter is a tool for TB communications. The first section is an index that lists the words and terms found in the resource. The second section is a language guide that provides recommended terms. The third section is a glossary of words and terms. 

Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Policy Makers

This booklet provides information on the diagnosis and treatment of TB infection and TB disease. Topics covered include the differences between latent TB infection and TB disease, treatment, and resources.

Persons With LTBI Persons with TB

This booklet provides information on the diagnosis and treatment of TB infection and TB disease. Key audiences for this resource are people with or at risk for TB; people who may have been exposed to someone with TB; people who provide services for those at high risk for TB, such as correctional officers, homeless shelter workers, and emergency responders; and people who want to learn more about tuberculosis...

General Public

This clinical bulletin provides information on testing for and treating latent TB information. The bulletin also includes resources for providers, resources for patients, and more! 

Civil Surgeons Health Professionals Physicians

This guide was developed for use by attending physicians and nurses in the primary care setting. The material provides information on various topics related to LTBI, including screening, diagnosis, treatment, and more. 

Civil Surgeons Health Professionals Physicians Nurses

The resource is intended for primary care providers who care for individuals and populations who may be at risk for infection with M. tuberculosis. The guide includes latent TB infection diagnosis and treatment information, sample documentation forms, and additional resources.

Civil Surgeons Health Professionals Physicians

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

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

This documents provides an epidemiological profile of TB among people living with HIV. Additionally, it highlights the structural and sociocultural barriers to diagnosis and treatment, and outlines data gaps.

Health Professionals Policy Makers

This document is the first language guide for partners and stakeholders working in tuberculosis.These recommendations have been developed for use by everyone involved in the fight against TB and are aimed at reducing stigmatizing TB language.

Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Policy Makers

In January 2012, members of the Sentinel Project on Pediatric Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis reached out to organizations treating children with DR-TB in diverse settings and asked them to submit short stories and photos. These stories pay tribute to the thousands of children who, with the help of dedicated health care providers and family members, have fought and overcome DR-TB.


This booklet provides information on how TB spreads, the difference between latent TB infection and active disease, diagnosis, treatment, and where to get more information on TB testing and treatment in New York City.

General Public Persons With LTBI

This handbook has been prepared for school nurses who may be responsible for implementing tuberculin testing programs in their schools or working in collaboration with community providers in both the public and private sectors to manage the care of a child with tuberculosis (TB) disease or latent TB infection (LTBI)...

Health Professionals

This publication by the Treatment Action Group (TAG) and the International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS (ICW) provides lessons learned from two years of capacity building for HIV treatment activists. Policy makers, activists, and donors can integrate these lessons learned into their tuberculosis (TB) and TB/HIV activities advocacy work.

Community Leaders Policy Makers

The aim of this handbook is to equip individuals and programs with the tools necessary for working with the media to spread messages regarding TB. The handbook walks the reader through the planning and execution of media outreach: from thinking about goals to attracting media attention. Tips and suggestions for developing key messages, handling interviews, writing news releases and calling journalists are also included...

International Agencies