This training toolkit is intended to focus on building the capacity of health care workers at the primary and secondary level to address and manage TB in children through the objectives of: 1) increasing the detection of TB in children with TB in the community, 2) improving the management of children with TB, 3) increase implementation of child contact screening and preventative therapy, and 4) provide accurate data on childhood TB for better monitoring and evaluation.
Using data from the 2011-2013 National Survey of Family Growth, this report updates nationally representative estimates and trends for HIV testing among the U.S. household population aged 15-44. Patterns of reported HIV testing in 2011-2013 are shown by age, race and Hispanic origin, education, and selected sexual behaviors that may be related to an elevated risk of HIV infection.
This information sheet includes data for young men of color regarding their reproductive and sexual health. A number of sexual health indicators show that young men of color are still disproportionately affected by STIs and HIV.
This audience profile provides a broad overview of the sexual health of youth in the United States, including a brief demographic profile, trends in relationships and communication, and a summary of sexual health knowledge and behaviors, physical health, and use of sexual health care services.
The Self-Study Modules, 1-5 is part of a series of educational modules designed to provide information about TB in a self-study format. This slide set was developed as an accompaniment to the print-based Self-Study Modules, 1-5 to aid in the presentation of module content for a facilitator-led training. The facilitator guide provides guidance and tips for leading a training using the Self-Study Modules on Tuberculosis, 1-5 Slide Sets.