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Basic Epidemiology for Tuberculosis Program Staff

 

The 2nd edition of this guide provides a background on basic epidemiology for TB program staff as well as descriptions of how
these concepts can be put to practical use.  The guide also contains information on epidemiologic and statistical techniques
that are used in research studies and  a chapter on TB genotyping.  The information in this guide will assist in analyzing  data, assessing current and evolving trends in TB morbidity, identifying risk groups and determining where to allocate staff and resources
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Brief Guide on Tuberculosis Control for Primary Health Care Providers for Countries in the WHO European Region with a High and Intermediate Burden of Tuberculosis

 

This guide has been written with the aim of developing the knowledge, awareness and skills of primary healthcare providers. Primary healthcare providers can play an important role in tuberculosis control through early detection of the disease, referral for treatment and involvement in directly observed therapy. This document is particularly relevant to primary healthcare providers in the countries of Eastern Europe, the Baltic States and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). It is available in both Russian and English.

 

This material is available on-line only.
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Caring for the Patient with Tuberculosis: What Clinicians in New Jersey Need to Know

 

This video/slide presentation provides a comprehensive overview of the "Standards of Care for Tuberculosis Disease and Latent Tuberculosis Infection" from the NJ Department of Health and Senior Services. Additionally, it clarifies the role of the community provider in concert with the State's Tuberculosis Program. This program can be viewed in parts or all at once. It has been accredited for continuing medical and nursing education credits.

Web Presentation
Cultural Competency and Tuberculosis Care: A Guide for Self-Study and Self-Assessment

 

This print resource was developed for the public health workforce and other healthcare providers. It is intended as a tool to begin to explore the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for cultural competency in general, with a focus on TB control activities. The guide utilizes a culture general perspective and includes a self-assessment tool, teaching cases and links to other cultural competency resources.

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Delivering HIV Rapid Test Results: Experiences from the Field

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The video demonstrates counseling approaches for effectively and compassionately delivering HIV test results; offers personal experiences and perspectives from a group of diverse clients who have received both positive and negative test results, and from providers who have given results; and emphasizes the importance of providing culturally appropriate services and referrals.

The accompanying guide provides discussion questions and resources to enable peer learning. The guide includes the complete script for each scenario with annotated counseling techniques, suggestions from clients and tips from providers.

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Designing a Tuberculosis Standardized Patient Program for Medical Students

 

A Standardized Patient (SP) is an individual trained to portray a specific patient and to interact with the healthcare professional/worker as a patient. This manual provides TB SP scenarios designed to teach history taking, patient education and medical follow-up. The resource includes the methodology for providing this type of training as well as the tools required for implementation.

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Latent Tuberculosis Infection

Diagnosis and Treatment of LTBI Pocket Card

 

This pocket-sized drug treatment card for clinicians provides information on diagnosis of latent tuberculosis infection and therapy options and recommendations for infected patients.

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Facility TB Profile for Targeted Testing and Treatment of Latent TB Infection

Facility TB Profile

 

This resource will provide health departments with the ability to identify healthcare facilities in the community where targeted TB testing and treatment of LTBI are likely to be most successful and efficient. Used in conjunction with another product, Identifying Missed Opportunities for Preventing TB, health departments should be able to make a compelling case for strengthening activities in specific target facilities in the community.

 

This material is available on-line only.
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Additional documents (forms):

  • Facility TB Profile (p. 16) [PDF] [DOC]
  • Sample Cover Letter (p. 18) [PDF] [DOC]
  • Facility TB Profile Summary Table (p. 19) [PDF] [XLS]
  • Facility Profile Summary Table (Example by facility type and name) [PDF]
  • Facility Profile Summary Table (Example by # clients with LTBI, p.21) [PDF]
  • Facility TB Profile Summary Table (Selection Criteria p.22) [PDF] [XLS]
Get The Facts About TB Disease

Designing a Drug O Gram

 

A booklet about TB transmission, treatment for TB disease, and how to communicate with family and friends about TB.

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Guidelines for the Diagnosis of Latent Tuberculosis Infection for the 21st Century (2nd Edition)

Guidelines for the Diagnosis of LTBI for the 21st Century

 

This scientific monograph, which was updated in 2008, discusses targeted tuberculin skin testing for latent TB infection as a strategic component of TB control. Specifically addressed are how to administer and interpret the tuberculin skin test with information about the test's specificity and sensitivity. There is also information about the QuantiFERON®- TB Gold In-Tube test and tuberculin sensitivity with mycobacteria other than M. tuberculosis. This monograph is certified for continuing medical and nursing education through the completion of a post-test and evaluation located at the end of the document.

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Identifying Missed Opportunities for Preventing Tuberculosis

Identifying Missed Opportunities for Preventing TB

 

This manual is to be used with active TB cases to document the extent to which cases could have been prevented. The methodology identifies providers who served the patient prior to the TB diagnosis and points at which the provider failed to carry out targeted testing and treatment of LTBI recommendations. A questionnaire supplementing routine TB surveillance data is also included.

 

This material is available on-line only.
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Additional documents (forms):

 

  • Prior History Intake for TB Cases and Suspects (page 14-15) (92 KB) [DOC]
  • Health Care Facilities by Facility Name (example in Appendix 2a) (15 KB) [XLS]
  • Missed Opportunities Summary Form (Appendix 9) (20 KB) [XLS]
Implementing Legal Interventions for the Control of Tuberculosis

Designing a Drug O Gram

 

This resource describes a process by which TB programs can effectively implement legal interventions to gain and maintain the adherence of their patients. Legal interventions are described as a method of last resort, to be implemented in the least restrictive environment possible while balancing the rights of the patient with those of the public. As such, the resource discusses elements that every TB treatment regimen should include, such as case management and the use of incentives and enablers. Included are teaching cases and sample letters that TB programs can adapt to suit local needs.

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Additional documents (forms):

  • Health Officer's Order for Contact Evaluation [DOC]
  • Health Officer's Order for Treatment/Medical Evaluation Adherence [DOC]
  • Warning Notice for Contact Evalutaion [DOC]
  • Warning Notice for Treatment/Evaluation Non-Adherence [DOC]
  • Warning Notice for Contact Evluation [DOC]
  • Warning Notice Treatment/Medical Evaluation Non-Adherence [DOC]
Incorporating Tuberculosis into Public Health Core Curricula

 

The New Jersey Medical School Global Tuberculosis Institute, one of four Regional Training and Medical Consultation Centers funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has developed TB-related teaching materials for use in core courses of MPH programs, using the Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH) core competencies for public health disciplines and interdisciplinary domains. This document includes a series of TB-related case studies, fact sheets and PowerPoint presentations. They were developed for use in core courses in the disciplines of Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Environmental Health Sciences, Health Policy and Management, and Social and Behavioral Sciences and to illustrate the cross-cutting domains of Communications and Informatics, Diversity and Culture, Program Planning and Public Health Biology. These materials do not require that instructors have prior knowledge of TB.

Discalaimer: The materials on this website are in the public domain and may be used and reprinted without permission for educational purposes. Further reproduction of copyrighted materials, for other than educational purposes, is prohibited without the specific permission of copyright holders.

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Incorporating Tuberculosis Education into Nursing School Curricula

 

This online resource is designed to provide nursing school faculty with materials they can use to introduce students to the management of tuberculosis disease and infection. It includes a Faculty Guide, with an overview of tuberculosis, its pathogenesis and transmission, diagnostic criteria and treatment. It forms the basis of the course-specific modules, giving nursing faculty the most up-to-date information regarding TB. It also includes modules that contain learning objectives, PowerPoint ® slide presentations, case study and discussion questions, suggested readings and suggestions for clinical rotations.

Nursing school faculty members interested in accessing these materials should contact DJ McCabe at 973-972-0978 or mccabedj@umdnj.edu.

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LTBI Card: Patient's TB Testing and Treatment Record

LTBI Card: Patient's TB Testing and Treatment Record

 

This wallet-sized card provides LTBI patients with a permanent record of their tuberculin skin test, chest x-ray and treatment status. Patients can carry the card at all times and show it whenever they are seen by a new healthcare provider. This card is available in PDF format and MS Word and is in multiple languages.

 

This material is available on-line only.
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LTBI Multimedia Videos

LTBI Card: Patient's TB Testing and Treatment Record

 

These 3 multimedia videos cover screening, diagnosis and treatment of Latent Tuberculosis Infection. The multimedia videos are targeted to community health providers, including those working at Federally Qualified Health Centers.  The videos range from 6 to 15 minutes, and seamlessly incorporate images, voice and text. The videos can be viewed from a computer, laptop, smartphone or tablet, whether you are at home, work or on the go. Resources and transcripts are also available.

To view the videos, visit:
http://www.umdnj.edu/globaltb/products/ltbimultimedia.htm

This material is available on-line only.

Lo que deben saber los padres sobre la infección de la tuberculosis en los niños (What Parents Need to Know About Tuberculosis (TB) Infection In Children)

 

This brochure contains the same information as the English language brochure, except in Spanish, however, it prints on legal sized paper (8.5"x 14") and is designed to be folded in thirds. It provides parents with important information on tuberculosis infection in children. It is designed in a question and answer format with highlighted information for quick and easy readability. The information in the tri-fold brochure ranges from the definitions of tuberculosis (TB) infection and TB disease to diagnosis and treatment of TB infection. In addition, tips on treatment improving adherence are provided to ensure completion.

The brochure can be distributed to parents of children with latent tuberculosis infection and can also used by health care providers when providing education on LTBI to parents. This product is intended to be downloaded, printed and distributed at health department clinics or other locations where treatment of children with LTBI is provided. The brochure is available online only and may be printed and distributed as is using the pdf version. You may also modify it to include specific contact information for your clinic by doing one of the following:

  • Place a label containing clinic information on the printed brochure
  • Use Adobe Acrobat PDF Writer to electronically add clinic information to the brochure
  • Or, download the Word version and type or write clinic information in the designated spot on the back of the brochure.

For technical assistance with this product, please contact Anita Khilall at khilalan@umdnj.edu or at (973) 972-9102.

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New Advances in HIV Diagnostic Testing: Training for Health Professionals

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This program is designed for the wide range of medical and health professionals who administer HIV tests in clinical settings. It is designed to accommodate learners with different backgrounds and varying levels of expertise in HIV testing. CME/CNE credits are available

 

To register, please visit http://www.4thgenhivtests.edc.org/


Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Testing - A Training Guide

Designing a Drug O Gram

 

This training manual includes materials on TB fundamentals and administration, reading and interpretation of the Mantoux tuberculin skin test. It provides the methodology for training and educating staff. The manual includes lecture materials and teaching strategies for individual/group training, in addition to course participant materials.

 

This material is available on-line only.
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Additional documents (forms):

  • Needs Assessment Form [PDF] [DOC]
  • Agenda [PDF] [DOC]
  • Guidelines for Administering the Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test [PDF] [DOC]
  • Guidelines for Reading the Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test [PDF] [DOC]
  • Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test Record Form [PDF] [DOC]
  • Skills Assessment for Administering the Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test [PDF] [DOC]
  • Skills Assessment for Reading the Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test [PDF] [DOC]
  • Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test Pre- and Post-Test and Answer Key [PDF] [DOC]
  • Fundamentals of TB Pre- and Post-Test and Answer Key [PDF] [DOC]
  • Program Evaluation [PDF] [DOC]
  • Fundamentals of Tuberculosis Handout [PDF] [DOC]
  • Fundamentals of Tuberculosis Presentation [PDF] [PPT]
  • Complete Training Guide PDF [EXE]
  • Appendices Documents [EXE]
Management for Latent Tuberculosis Infection in Children and Adolescents: A Guide for the Primary Care Provider

Management for LTBI in Children and Adolescents: A Guide for the Primary Care Provider

 

This handbook is a resource for primary care providers. Topics include targeted testing, risk assessment, and treatment of LTBI in children and adolescents. Originally developed in 2004, this product was updated in 2009 to include the most recent recommendations found in the American Academy of Pediatrics 2009 edition of the Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases (Red Book). A one-page addendum describing an additional treatment option was added in 2014.

 

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Additional documents (forms):

  • 508 Compliant Version [PDF]
  • Booklet Version [PDF]
Outpatient Infusion Therapy for Multi-drug Resistant Tuberculosis: A Practical Guide

 

Infusion therapy offers an important treatment option for multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) when long-term injectable medications are required. This resource provides practical guidance relating to the proper use of ambulatory infusion therapy for the treatment of MDR-TB. The guide offers a rationale for providing outpatient infusion therapy for MDR-TB in a clinic setting and describes how to organize the clinic to provide the therapy. In addition, it contains a wall chart, which summarizes the daily tasks for providing infusion therapy.

This material is available on-line only.
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Performance Guidelines: A Supervisor's Guide for the Development and Assessment of Field Investigation Skills

This resource provides supervisors with methods for training and tools to assess a healthcare worker's field investigation skills including ability to set priorities, locate patients and provide motivation and education to ensure medical evaluation, utilize appropriate investigation techniques and disposition investigations in a timely manner.

This material is available on-line only.
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Performance Guidelines for Contact Investigation: The TB Interview

 

This manual provides a structured plan for the training, development and evaluation of healthcare workers involved in contact investigation. It focuses on interview techniques and communication skills and provides data collection instruments for the provision of objective feedback to the interviewer.

 

This material is available on-line only.
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Planning & Implementing the TB Case Management Conference: A unique opportunity for networking, peer support and ongoing training

Diagnosis and Treatment of LTBI Pocket Card

 

The case management conference provides a forum for networking, peer support and ongoing training to improve staff expertise in TB control interventions. This manual is a step-by-step guide for developing and conducting the case management conference. It includes guidelines for the conference coordinator, presenters and moderator in the form of "to-do" checklists, sample letters, presentation template and evaluations.

 

This material is available on-line only.
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Additional documents (forms):

  • Save the Dates: TB Case Management Conference Flyer [DOC]
  • Sample Presenter Cover Letter [DOC]
  • Presenter's Confirmation Letter [DOC]
  • Sample Moderator's Cover Letter [DOC]
  • TB Case Management Conference Flyer [DOC]
  • TB Case Management Conference Sign-In Sheet [DOC]
  • TB Case Management Conference Evaluation Form [DOC]
  • Thank-You Letter to Presenter [DOC]
  • Thank-You Letter to Moderator [DOC]
  • Template for TB Case Management Conference Presentation [PPT]
Protect Your Family and Friends From TB: The TB Contact Investigation

Diagnosis and Treatment of LTBI Pocket Card

 

A booklet on how to protect family and friends from TB and how to talk to a healthcare worker during a contact investigation.

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Staying on Track with TB Medicine

Facility TB Profile

 

A booklet about treatment and ways to adhere to medication regimens for TB infection and TB disease.

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Take Steps to Control TB When You Have HIV

Guidelines for the Diagnosis of LTBI for the 21st Century

 

A booklet about the importance of TB testing, treating TB infection, and treating TB disease when a person has HIV infection.

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TB Field Investigation: A Resource for the Health Care Worker

Diagnosis and Treatment of LTBI Pocket Card

 

This resource describes the TB field investigation process including pre-investigation preparation, communication with individuals in the field, confidentiality, field safety and working with community providers. A checklist to be used during field work is also included.

 

This material is available on-line only.
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Additional documents (forms):

  • Tuberculosis Interview Checklist [PDF]
TB Interviewing for Contact Investigation: A Practical Resource for the Healthcare Worker

Facility TB Profile

 

This resource set includes an interview checklist and detailed TB interview outline booklet. The checklist identifies the five components of a TB interview: pre-interview activities, introduction, information/education exchange, contact identification and conclusion, detailed in the outline.

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Additional documents (forms):

  • Tuberculosis Interviewing Checklist [PDF]
TB Simulated Patients: A Training Resource for the Contact Investigation Interview

Facility TB Profile

 

The manual describes the methods for utilizing patient scenarios for interviewing training and provides accompanying materials for the roles of the index patient, interviewer and supervisor/observer. The patient roles encompass a variety of life circumstances to provide the interviewer with opportunities for multiple skills development. Also included are guidelines for the supervisor to develop training, evaluate and provide feedback to new and experienced interviewers.

 
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Treating the Patient with Tuberculosis: A Guide for Collaborating with Community Physicians

Guidelines for the Diagnosis of LTBI for the 21st Century

 

This guide was designed to facilitate communication between state and local health department personnel and community providers who treat TB patients. It contains templates for letters and forms to facilitate this communication.

 

This material is available on-line only.
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Additional documents (forms/templates):

  • DOT Contact/Authorization to Release Medical Records [PDF]
  • DOT Log [PDF]
  • Letter of Introduction to the Private Physician [DOC]
  • Medical Evaluation at Initial Visit [DOC]
  • Medical Update from Private Physician [DOC]
  • Monthly Update for Private Physician [DOC]
  • Nursing Assessment Form [DOC]
  • Physician's Evalutaion of TB Services [DOC]
  • Script for Contacting Private Physician [DOC]
  • Treatment Completion Letter [DOC]
Treatment of Tuberculosis in Adult and Adolescent Patients Co-infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

 

This fact sheet is intended as a convenient but not comprehensive reference for managing the care of HIV-infected patients with drug-susceptible TB. It provides basic principles of treatment including drug interactions, oversight of medical care, and staggering of drugs in treatment naive, co-infected patients.

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Treatment of Tuberculosis: Standard Therapy for Active Disease in Adults & Adolescents

 

This pocket-size drug treatment card for clinicians provides information on the standard therapy for active tuberculosis disease, including dosages, daily and intermittent regimens, side effects, treatment information and visual depictions of first-line medications.

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Treatment of Tuberculosis: Standard Therapy for Active Disease in Children

 

This pocket-size drug treatment card for clinicians provides information on the standard anti-tuberculosis therapy for active disease in children, including dosages, daily and intermittent regimens, side effects, treatment information and visual depictions of first-line medications.

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Tuberculosis Case Management for Nurses: Self-Study Modules

 

These four self-study modules provide an overview of public health nursing and discuss the fundamentals of TB case management, leadership skills of the nurse case manager and management of the pediatric patient. Each module contains review questions and references.

Modules may be viewed/downloaded by clicking on the links below.

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Full PDF Version

Modules:

  • Module 1: Overview of Public Health and Public Health Nursing [PDF]
    This module provides an overview of public health, focusing on key concepts such as the definition and objectives of public health, as well as the Core Functions of Public Health. Included is a discussion of public health nursing, a brief history of the specialty and its role in the management of tuberculosis.
  • Module 2: Fundamentals of Tuberculosis Case Management [PDF]
    This module provides an overview of case management including a brief history and definitions as described by the American Nurses Association and the National Case Management Task Force. The elements and activities of TB Case Management are described in detail.
  • Module 3: Leadershop Skills of the Nurse Case Manager [PDF]
    Case Management is a competency involving specific skills and knowledge. This module explores the areas of cultural competency, team building, delegation and conflict resolution.
  • Module 4: The Pediatric Patient [PDF]
    In this module, special attention is given to TB Case Management activities related to the pediatric population. This module addresses the issues in greater detail, including a comparison of childhood and adult TB, common barriers to adherence, and age-appropriate strategies.
  • Glossary of Terms and Resources [PDF]
Tuberculosis Case Management for Nurses Workshop: The Facilitator's Guide

Guidelines for the Diagnosis of LTBI for the 21st Century

 

This resource outlines the process of planning and conducting a two-day, interactive workshop for TB nurse case managers and is available as an online product. Several of the sections are in PDF format, and for sections that are designed to be modified, the files are in MS Word.

Please contact DJ McCabe at 973-972-0978 or mccabedj@umdnj.edu if interested in this material.

Tuberculosis Contact Investigation in Congregate Settings: A Resource for Evaluation

 

This resource is designed for use in the evaluation of contact investigations in congregate settings. The resource provides explanatory text and tools for assessing healthcare worker performance and skills as well as programmatic outcomes of contact investigations in congregate settings.

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Additional documents (forms):

  • Health Care Worker Skills and Performance Evaluation Form for Contact Investigation in Congregate Settings [DOC]
  • Programmatic Outcomes Form for Contact Investigations in Congregate Settings [DOC]
  • Sample Contact Investigations in a Congregate Setting Summary Form [DOC]
Tuberculosis Education and the Congregate Setting Contact Investigation: A Resource for the Public Health Worker

 

The TB education session is a vital part of the congregate setting contact investigation. This web-based resource will assist public health workers as they plan and conduct an effective TB education session in the congregate setting. Following the guidelines and using the PowerPoint ® presentation provided, they can teach the lay audience what it needs to know about TB transmission, infection, disease, skin testing and treatment. This resource includes: a complete, modifiable TB-education presentation, frequently asked questions about TB, specific to congregate setting contact investigations, TB vocabulary for lay audiences, pull-out TB fact sheet and an education session evaluation form.

 

This material is available on-line only.
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Additional documents (forms & slides):

  • A complete, modifiable TB-education PowerPoint® presentation [PPT]
  • Education session evaluation form [DOC]
Tuberculosis Education for School Nurses: A Trainer's Guide

 

This web-based training guide provides the methodology for training and educating school nurses on tuberculosis. It contains presentation materials on TB and skin testing and includes resources, lecture materials and teaching strategies.

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Tuberculosis Handbook for School Nurses

 

This handbook has been prepared for school nurses who may be responsible for implementing tuberculin testing programs in their schools or working in collaboration with community providers in both the public and private sectors to manage the care of a child with tuberculosis (TB) disease or latent TB infection (LTBI).

                This material is available on-line only.

 

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Additional documents (forms):

  • Double-sided Booklet Version
  • TB Risk Assessment Tool
  • Test for TB Infection Record
  • Adverse Reaction Assessment Adverse Reaction Assessment
  • Medication Request
  • DOT Log
  • DOT Log (508 Compliant Version)
What Parents Need to Know About Tuberculosis (TB) Infection In Children

 

This brochure provides parents with important information on tuberculosis infection in children. It is designed in a question and answer format with highlighted information for quick and easy readability. The information covered ranges from the definitions of tuberculosis (TB) infection and TB disease to diagnosis and treatment of TB infection. In addition, tips on treatment improving adherence are provided to ensure completion.

The brochure can be distributed to parents of children with latent tuberculosis infection and can also used by health care providers when providing education on LTBI to parents. This product is intended to be downloaded, printed and distributed at health department clinics or other locations where treatment of children with LTBI is provided.

The brochure is available online only and may be printed and distributed as is, or modified to include specific contact information for your clinic by:

  • Typing or writing clinic information in the designated spot on the back of the brochure
  • Placing a label containing clinic information on the printed brochure
  • Using Adobe Acrobat PDF Writer to electronically add clinic information to the brochure

For technical assistance with this product, please contact Anita Khilall at khilalan@umdnj.edu or at (973) 972-9102.

This material is available on-line only.
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What You Need to Know About TB Infection

Identifying Missed Opportunities for Preventing TB

 

A booklet on TB infection, including the TB skin test, treatment, and adherence to medication.

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What You Need to Know About the TB Skin Test

 

A fact sheet on the basics of the TB skin test.

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What You Need to Know About Tuberculosis

Designing a Drug O Gram

 

This portable TB patient education resource was developed for TB program staff, including physicians, nurses, disease investigators, and case managers who provide one-on-one or small group patient education. The TB patient education flipbook has sections on TB testing, TB infection, and TB disease and includes panels for patients with simple text and images to reinforce key points. Corresponding panels for providers include an easy to deliver script and teaching points.

If you would like additional copies, please contact us or download the pdf

  • The pdf file can be printed, laminated, and bound by any retail copy store
  • The pdf file can be printed on any color copier. Pages can be placed in page protector covers and inserted in a three ring binder for use as a flipbook
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