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The following webinars were recorded during the live broadcast of the online presentations. To watch the recording, which consists of streaming video with audio, you need an appropriate media player and a sound card with speakers.


TitleDateSupporting Documents
TB and Tobacco: What You Need to Know

This 1-hour webinar is the first in a series of webinars that updates TB Healthcare providers with the latest information regarding the link between tobacco and tuberculosis as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
Presenter: Stefani , MPH, CPH, CHES, CTTS

The U-Shaped Curve of Concern: Where Are We 26 Years Later?

The U-shaped curve of concern discusses the relationship between the incidence of disease and program funding. For example, if the disease incidence decreases, but is not eliminated, program funding decreases. If the incidence of disease increases, program funding increases. This ebb and flow of disease and program funding makes the shape of a U overtime.
Presenter: Lee B. Reichman, MD

World TB Day 2017: The Numbers Are In!

This web-based training broadcast live on World TB Day 2017. The lead authors for the 2017 World TB Day MMWR report discussed the epidemiologic data outlined in the report. The goal of this program is to recognize World TB Day, and to compare tuberculosis (TB) trends in the United States (U.S.) and individual states for the years 2003-2016. State representatives from Florida, Tennessee and North Carolina discussed their states reported data in 2016.
Presenters: Kristine M. Schmit, MD, MPH, Zimy Wansaula, MD, MPH, Jason Cummins, MPH, Jennifer Wheeler, MPH, Thomas D. Privett

ATS/CDC/IDSA Clinical Practice Guidelines: Treatment of Drug Susceptible Tuberculosis

This 90-minute webinar introduces the development process, the key changes in recommendations, and discusses the evidence supporting the changes. The presentation includes a discussion with the ATS, CDC, and IDSA guidelines co-chairs.
Presenters: Payam Nahid, MD, Dick Menzies, MD, Lisa Chen, MD, David Ashkin, MD, Andrew Vernon, MD, Susan E. Dorman, MD

The Elimination of Tuberculosis


Presenter: Richard E. Chaisson, MD

GeneXpert: Examples from the Field

This is the 2nd of two webinars to highlight the NTCA/APHL Consensus Statement on the Use of Cepheid GeneXpert MTB/RIF Assay.
Presenters: Neha Shah, MD, MPH, Regina McDade, EdD, MPH, BSN, RN, Julie Higashi, MD, PhD, John Bernardo, MD, Dave Warshauer, PhD, Dave Ashkin, MD, FCCP

Changing TB Isolation Practices: New Guidelines for Molecular Testing

This is the 1st of two webinars to highlight the NTCA/APHL Consensus Statement on the Use of Cepheid GeneXpert MTB/RIF Assay.
Presenters: Dave Warshauer, PhD, John Bernardo, MD, Neha Shah, MD, MPH, Dave Ashkin, MD, FCCP

Learning From the Front Lines: Celebrating 10 Years of the Medical Consultation Database

The SNTC provides a 24-hour Medical Consultation Service to healthcare professionals in the Southeastern United States. Consultations focus on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of Tuberculosis.This educational opportunity uses case examples to illustrate complex Tuberculosis (TB) cases and the challenges faced with the diagnosis, treatment, and management of persons with this disease. Case examples will be pulled from the Medical Consultation Database (MCD). The Southeastern National TB Centers (SNTC) content experts identified the need to provide a case-based training using consults from the MCD to highlight its 10 year anniversary.
Presenter: Connie Haley, MD, MPH


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