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Health Care Workers and Health Professions Students can prepare to plan and deliver TB care in their communities by applying the latest clinical and research data presented in this nine-week course focusing on TB/HIV Co-Infection.
Week 1: Epidemiologic Overview of Global TB and DR-TB
- Global TB Epidemiology
- Drug Resistant Tuberculosis
Week 2: Diagnostic Testing for TB
- Current Approaches to TB Diagnosis
- Emerging Tools in TB Diagnosis
Week 3: Pharmacology of Anti-Tuberculosis Treatment
- Treatment of Tuberculosis I: Current Therapeutics
- Treatment of Tuberculosis II: Areas of Research
Week 4: Overview of TB Management Principles
- Principles of Clinical Management of TB
- Video 3: Challenges and Knowledge Gaps in TB
Week 5: Latent TB in India
- Latent TB in India
- Example Research Solutions for India
Week 6: TB Infection Control in South Africa
- TB Infection Control
- Systematic Evaluation of Infection Control at Primary Health Centers and M(X)DR-TB Hospitals in South Africa
Week 7:TB in Healthcare Workers
- TB in Healthcare Workers Globally
- Example Research Solutions from around the World
Week 8: TB Intensified Case Finding in Brazil
- TB Intensified Case Findings in Brazil
- Solutions for Brazil
Week 9: Cost Effectiveness Analysis in TB Clinical Trials
- Cost Effectiveness Analysis in TB Clinical Trials
- Cost Effectiveness TB Research Example
- Richard Chaisson - The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
- Jason Farley - School of Nursing
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