These modules are designed for health care workers and provide TB programmatic information. Module 6 provides information on managing patients and improving adherence. Module 8 provides information on conducting TB contact investigations.
This interactive session provides information about a unique government-community partnership, new multilingual hepatitis B educational resources, and local efforts to increase awareness and encourage hepatitis B testing. Panelists discuss outreach, screening, vaccination, and linkage to care strategies to address hepatitis B among high-risk populations in Philadelphia, Minneapolis, and other communities.
This document describes the steps necessary to implement the shorter regimen and the new drugs for drug-resistant TB treatment, including diagnosis and bacterial confirmation of drug resistance, treatment regimen design, monitoring of treatment efficacy and safety, and programmatic evaluation.
This Public Health Grand Rounds session discusses how more patients can benefit from advances in diagnostic and treatment options, resulting in an overall reduction in morbidity from MDR TB. The session also explores the role of CDC, WHO, and other partners in combating the public health epidemic.
This report analyzes the extent to which donor programs and national health policies in countries where at least 20% of individuals with TB are co-infected with HIV include the 12 key collaborative activities put forward as guidelines to fight TB and HIV together by WHO.
This report details the steps that governments of countries with high burdens of TB-HIV and their partners have taken to turn a coordinated response to TB-HIV into reality at the country level, as well as the remaining gaps.
This pocket guide is intended to assist clinicians in managing HIV-infected patients with LTBI and drug-susceptible active pulmonary TB. The guide includes signs and symptoms, adult dosing, dosage forms, drug-drug interactions, side effects, and patient counseling points.
This document provides general overview on how incarcerated people across the United States are disproportionately affected by multiple health problems; specifically for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).