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This poster provides information on risk factors for TB meningitis, the importance of prompt diagnosis and treatment, early signs and symptoms, and other considerations for younger than 5 years of age. 
 

Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
2023

This tool can be used by health professionals to help identify children that may need TB testing. The resource also includes space to document the results of the TB assessment.

Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
2023

This material includes resources to assist clinicians in assessing risk for TB in children. The material is also intended to help guide decision making for testing and treatment of TB infection.

Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
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

Participants can take this quiz to test their knowledge on TB in children.

General Public
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 flipbook provides basic information on active TB disease. The resource can be used while working with patients and families from the Marshallese community.

Non-U.S.-born persons General Public Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2022

This flipbook provides basic information on active TB disease. The flipbook is in English and Marshallese. The resource can be used while working with patients and families from the Marshallese community.

Non-U.S.-born persons General Public Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2022

This fact sheet includes information on treating latent TB infection in children, including the treatment regimens, administration tips, and monitoring recommendations.

Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
2021

This educational flipbook can be used by nurses and other healthcare workers to provide TB education to patients, family members, and other people. The flipbook includes four sections: What is Tuberculosis?,  TB Infection, TB Disease, and Special Circumstances.

Civil Surgeons Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Outreach Workers Physicians Nurses
2021

The fact sheet includes information on window treatment for children after exposure to TB, such as how to help a child take isoniazid, potential side effects, and when to call a child's doctor. The material also lists symptoms of TB disease in children. 

Parents/Families
2020

The guide includes recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics on screening, diagnosis, and treatment of LTBI in children and adolescents. Topics covered include targeted testing, risk assessment, diagnostic tests, LTBI treatment regimens, and more. The guide is intended for pediatric primary care providers...

Health Professionals
2019

This tool is designed to help clinicians identify asymptomatic children for latent TB infection testing.

Health Professionals
2018
This webinar is the continuation of the Pediatric TB Radiology webinar Part 1 from May 2017. The webinar provides information on pediatric case diagnosis and follow up. There is also a focus on reading chest x-rays. The training was developed for physicians, nurses, and other licensed health professionals who diagnose and treat individuals with TB.
Health Professionals
2018
This 75-minute webinar was created for physicians, nurses, and other health professionals who diagnose and treat patients with TB. The training focused on the diagnosis and follow-up of pediatric cases along with reading of the chest x-rays.
Health Professionals
2017