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A library of resources for the prevention,
management, and elimination of TB.

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This online application was developed to respond to clinician's questions about TB infection, disease, and control. The application includes recommendations on the treatment of latent tuberculosis (LTBI) and treatment of active tuberculosis. 

Health Professionals Nurses
2023

This program manual provides information on the NYC Department of Health’s policies, protocols, and recommendations for the prevention, treatment, and control of TB. 

Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
2022

In this webinar, Dr. Charles Peloquin presents information on the epidemiology of TB in the US. Dr. Peloquin also discusses emerging treatments for latent TB infection and for active TB disease.

Health Professionals Physicians Nurses
2022

An online guide to clarify drug interactions between rifamycins and drugs commonly used in primary care. This is meant for primary care and other health professionals.

Health Professionals Physicians Nurses
2022

This guide provides clinicians with an overview of drug-resistant tuberculosis. The guide includes tools that can be used by providers who participate in the management of patients with drug-resistant TB.

Civil Surgeons Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
2022

The Sentinel Project released its first edition of the 2022 Management of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Pregnant and Peripartum People: A Field Guide. The guide will help support the care of pregnant and peripartum people living with DR-TB and the neonates born to them. 

Health Professionals Physicians Nurses
2022

This 90-minute webinar focuses on how anti-black racism impacts African Americans' access to care and the quality of care they receive. The webinar also includes information on specific strategies for clinicians and programs to consider to improve TB care for African American patients.

Civil Surgeons Educators Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Medical and Nursing School Students Physicians Social Service Providers
2021

This poster displays first-line TB treatment regimens, dosing recommendations and frequency, and adverse reactions and monitoring. The poster is 17×22 inches.

Civil Surgeons Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
2021

This playlist contains videos for the North American Region Post Graduate course (2021). There are five videos in the playlist:
1.    "Welcome and Overview" is presented by Max Salfinger, MD, FAAM, FIDSA, ATSF and Connie Haley, MD. "The Role of the Laboratory in the Diagnosis & Management of TB" is presented by Angela Starks, PhD and Beverly Metchock, DrPH...

Health Professionals Physicians Lab Personnel Nurses
2021

The webinar presents information about interactions between TB medications and other drugs. This webinar is intended for physicians, nurses, and health professionals who treat and manage the care of patients with TB and LTBI.

Health Professionals Physicians Nurses
2021

This resource is a mobile app of the Nursing Guide for Managing Side Effects to Drug-resistant TB Treatment. The guide was created to act as a reference for nurses to: 1.Identify symptoms that may indicate an anti-TB or anti-retroviral medication-related side effect; 2. Assess for severity as well as other potential contributors; and 3...

Health Professionals
2020

This pocket card provides information on the treatment of drug-susceptible TB disease. The pocket card is adapted from the 2016 Official American Thoracic Society, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Infectious Disease Society of America Clinical Practice Guidelines: Treatment of Drug-Susceptible Tuberculosis...

Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
2020

A fact sheet on active TB disease, including information on how TB is spread, TB tests, and directly observed therapy.

Health Educators/Communicators Outreach Workers
2020

These educational modules are designed to provide basic information about tuberculosis (TB) in a self-study format for new TB health care workers. This instructional packet includes a series of five modules, an introduction, a glossary, and content covering transmission, pathogenesis, epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment of TB infection and disease, and infection control...

Health Professionals Outreach Workers
2019

The webinar presents information on the potential clinical implications of TB and diabetes, the epidemiology of TB and diabetes, and diabetes and prevention of TB. The webinar also describes what a TB program can do about TB and diabetes. 

Health Professionals Medical and Nursing School Students
2019