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management, and elimination of TB.

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The STOP TB Partnership's theme for World TB Day 2010 is "On the Move Against Tuberculosis: Innovate to accelerate action." This year's campaign will focus on individuals around the world who have found new ways to stop TB and can serve as an inspiration to others. The idea is to recognize people who have introduced a variety of innovations in a variety of settings...
General Public
2010
Popularly known as “The Orange Guide”, the 6th edition of this small book provides practical guidance to health workers on the front line of TB control. It includes sections on HIV, MDR-TB and a review of the recommended treatment regimens.
Health Professionals International Agencies Managers and Supervisors
2010

This book takes a historical look at the power of posters to persuade people to change their behaviour. It charts decades of changing health priorities, advertising trends and government regulations, inviting the reader to reflect on how public health campaigns have evolved, and how they could be improved...

Health Educators/Communicators
2009
This manual is a Spanish translation of the “Tuberculosis Drug Information Guide” from the Francis J. Curry National Tuberculosis Center. This Guide can help any physician, nurse, or pharmacist who participates in the management of patients with TB or LTBI.
Health Professionals
2009
The 2009 calendar in Spanish provides a message of TB awareness as well as a brief description of TB symptoms. Included with the calendar is a handout with the English translation, calendar usage suggestions, and printing instructions.
Non-U.S.-born persons General Public Hispanic or Latino persons
2009
This fact sheet details the difference between Latent TB Infection (LTBI) and Active TB Disease. A general description of TB is also given.
General Public Health Professionals
2009
This fact sheet provides general information on exposure to TB.
General Public
2009
This colorful, customizable poster describes the symptoms of TB and encourages people with symptoms to be tested. Blank spaces at the bottom let you promote TB services in your facility or jurisdiction. The template is available in English, French, Haitian Creole, and Spanish. To order a customizable template, email TBTraining@health...
Non-U.S.-born persons General Public
2009
This tool will assist countries and partners in conducting assessments of national tuberculosis (TB) programs to identify strengths and gaps related to preventing, diagnosing, and treating multidrug-resistant TB. It provides the starting point for planning for new activities to address drug-resistant TB...
International Agencies Managers and Supervisors
2009
This is a form for patients and case managers/health departments to sign indicating that they understand and agree to Directly Observed Therapy for treatment of TB.
Non-U.S.-born persons Hispanic or Latino persons Persons With LTBI
2008
This brochure explains the connection between tuberculosis and queso fresco.
General Public
2008
General information on traveling internationally for those at risk or have TB in Spanish.
Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Outreach Workers Persons With LTBI
2008
This fact sheet provides information regarding TB/HIV coinfection worldwide. It also presents key activities being conducted by the WHO in response to TB/HIV coinfection.
Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals
2008
This fact sheet presents the 12 collaborative policies for HIV/TB being undertaken by the WHO.
General Public Health Professionals International Agencies Policy Makers
2008
General information about Tuberculosis in Spanish on Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center's website.
General Public Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Outreach Workers Persons With LTBI
2008