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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

This toolkit is designed for health department staff responsible for planning and conducting TB contact investigations in school settings. The toolkit provides guidance, tips, and tools for planning and implementing a school TB contact investigation.

Educators Health Professionals
2022

This instructional video provides information on planning and conducting contact investigations in congregate settings. 

Health Professionals
2022

This video instructs contact investigators on how to work with healthcare professionals to provide tuberculosis (TB) treatment.

Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
2020

The video is intended to provide overall guidance and interviewing techniques. Viewers are presented an overview of interviewing for TB contact investigation, excerpts of a TB interview and a re-interview, and commentary from experts in the field. The checklist focuses on critical elements of a TB interview.

Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Managers and Supervisors Outreach Workers
2019

This video explain the process of conducting child contact management. Child contact management improves the use of TB preventive therapy and identifies those with TB.

Health Educators/Communicators International Agencies
2019

The 2019 Maryland Department of Health Guidelines for Prevention and Treatment of Tuberculosis serves a resource for Maryland healthcare providers and local health departments. The guidelines were approved by TB experts and TB clinicians within Maryland.

Health Professionals Physicians Nurses
2019

The goal of this presentation is to help secure complete and successful contact investigations. The 50-minute webinar provides an overview of contact investigations, as well as information on available resources. Participants will also hear case studies from field staff that manage contact investigations.

Health Professionals Managers and Supervisors
2018

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
2017

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

Health Professionals
2017

This manual is a joint publication of the Curry International TB Center and the Tuberculosis Control Branch of the California Department of Public Health. The 10 chapters and 4 appendices cover major topics pertaining to epidemiology, diagnosis, laboratory issues, treatment, medications, pediatrics, co-morbidities and special situations, monitoring and case management, adverse reactions, and treatment of contacts.

Health Professionals
2016

A fact sheet for individuals experiencing a TB contact investigation. This material includes information on what happens in a TB contact investigation and how to protect others from active TB disease.

General Public Health Educators/Communicators Outreach Workers
2016

This document provides general guidance and examples on implementing contact investigations in low- and middle-income settings. The World Health Organization (WHO) policy document "Recommendations for Inves­tigating Contacts of Persons with Infectious Tuberculosis in Low- and Middle-Income Countries", published in late 2012, presents definitions and recommendations for what should be done for contact investigation; this doc­ument presents suggestions and examples of how the recommendations can be put into operation.

Health Professionals International Agencies Managers and Supervisors
2015

This webinar was created for nurses, doctors, and other licensed medical professionals and public health professionals involved in managing cases of drug-resistant tuberculosis and evaluating contacts to drug-resistant tuberculosis cases.

Health Professionals
2015

This training was created for physicians, other licensed medical professionals, and public health professionals involved in M. bovis community prevention strategies and M. bovis case contact investigations. The webinar focuses on the epidemiology, transmission, diagnostic methods, and treatment of M...

Health Professionals
2015