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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

A free online course that is designed to cover all aspects of the management of TB infection, including the diagnosis and treatment of TB. After taking the online course, you will: -Understand the rationale of TB preventive treatment   -Identify at-risk groups for TB infection and disease -Appreciate the strengths and limitations of current diagnostic tests for TB infection -Know the range of treatment options for TB infection -Become familiar with issues associated with implementation of TB prevention services in the field

Health Professionals
2020

This guide details the latest WHO recommendations, TB diagnostic tools, and how these diagnostic tools should be used in country programs. The guide also provides activists with the information needed to advocate for access to TB diagnostic testing.

Health Professionals International Agencies Policy Makers
2020

An educational video and presentation intended to train health care providers to perform Tuberculin skin testing.

Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Medical and Nursing School Students
2019

The animation educates viewers on topics related to drug-resistant TB and multidrug-resistant TB, such as treatment plans, basic information on multidrug-resistant TB, and the importance of medication adherence.

2018

The video educates viewers on ways to effectively manage active TB. The animation includes information on preventing the spread of TB through TB testing, diagnosis, and treatment.

Persons With LTBI
2018

These new guidelines supersede previous WHO policy documents on the management of LTBI in people living with HIV, household contacts of people with active TB, other groups at risk of developing TB, and for LTBI testing. The consolidated guidelines are expected to provide the basis and rationale for the development of national guidelines for LTBI management, adapted to the national and local epidemiology of TB, the availability of resources, the health infrastructure and other national and local determinants...

Civil Surgeons Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers International Agencies Lab Personnel
2018

This video illustrates the interactions between TB and HIV, including their impact on the immune system, TB testing, and TB treatment.

Persons With LTBI
2018

In this video, viewers are taught what sputum is and the steps to collect a good sample for TB diagnostic purposes. The video can be shown prior to submitting sputum (e.g., spot samples, home visits, morning samples).

General Public Health Educators/Communicators
2018

This 2-page document provides information on latent TB infection, what a positive TB skin or blood test means, latent TB infection treatment, and various myths and fears about latent TB infection.

General Public
2018

ExplainTB is a mobile app that provides written and audiovisual education for TB patients, relatives, and others. The app has over 40 chapters of TB information available in more than 30 languages.

Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Outreach Workers
2018

The handout describes the main characteristics of LTBI and Active TB, as well as their differences. The material also describes what increases the risk for developing Active TB and how to prevent TB from developing. English is on one side and French is on the other.

General Public Persons With LTBI
2018

This series of patient education fact sheets provides information on drugs used in the treatment of TB (e.g., Clofazimine, Ethambutol, Ethionamide, Isoniazid, Levofloxacin, Moxifloxacin, PASER [p-aminosalicylic acid granules], Pyrazinamide, Pyridoxine, Rifabutin, Rifampin, Streptomycin). The fact sheets include information on medication side effects, actions to take if side effects occur, and instructions in the event a dose of medication is missed.

General Public
2017

This handout provides general information on extrapulmonary TB. Topics covered include symptoms of extrapulmonary TB, how to keep friends and family safe, and how extrapulmonary TB is treated.

General Public Persons with TB
2017

This roadmap describes ten priorities, grouped into three core themes, that address the major health and economic impacts of zoonotic TB.

Health Professionals International Agencies Policy Makers
2017