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Enhanced Interviewing Skills for Public Health
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Former CIA agent and Macmillan Publishing House author, Philip Houston, shares interviewing techniques that can be utilized by healthcare professionals and public health staff.
Presenter: Philip Houston





11/12/2014
Case Discussion - Enhanced Interviewing Skills for Public Health
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Former CIA agent Philip Houston and motivational interviewing expert Ann Landes discuss interviewing techniques that can be utilized by healthcare professionals and public health staff. Through cases and panel discussion, learn tips to obtain the information you need from patients/clients and detect deception.
Presenters: Philip Houston, Ann Landes, PhD





11/12/2014
Beyond TNF Inhibitors: TB in the Age of Biologics
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As biologic therapies for inflammatory diseases continue to be developed and introduced widely around the world, TB screening has become increasingly important. Dr. Kevin Winthrop engages the audience by describing both existing and emerging biologic immunosuppressive therapies, and optimal screening strategies for patients.
Presenter: Kevin Winthrop, MD, MPH





11/05/2014
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Advanced Concepts in Pediatric TB: Diagnosis - Old and New Tools & Challenges
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In part three of this 8-part series, the Pediatric ID Board Certifying Examination Content related to TB is presented by expert speakers via case-based, interactive live webinars. The series goes beyond basic TB concepts while following the pediatric ID guidelines. This session focuses on diagnosis.
Presenter: Entesar Husain, MD





10/23/2014
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Advanced Concepts in Pediatric TB: Latent TB Infection
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In part two of this 8-part series, the Pediatric ID Board Certifying Examination Content related to TB is presented by expert speakers via case-based, interactive live webinars. The series goes beyond basic TB concepts while following the pediatric ID guidelines. This session focuses on latent TB infection.
Presenter: Nizar Maraqa, MD, FPIDS





09/11/2014
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Advanced Concepts in Pediatric TB - Introduction
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In part one of this 8-part series, the Pediatric ID Board Certifying Examination Content related to TB is presented by expert speakers via case-based, interactive live webinars. The series goes beyond basic TB concepts while following the pediatric ID guidelines. This session focuses on mycobacteriology, pathogenesis and epidemiology.
Presenter: Ana Alvarez





08/14/2014
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TB Morbidity & Mortality Review: Pott's Disease
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This case-based discussion lead by TB experts provides a unique opportunity to learn about the medical management of tuberculosis. The presented cases represent those that are most complex and challenging from within the Southeastern United States. Through web-based technology, Healthcare professionals region-wide can now join the SNTC experts in medical management discussions.
Presenters: David Ashkin, Connie Haley





05/21/2014
New Directions in MDR TB Treatment
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This webinar will explain many of the new directions for treating MDR-TB patients, and discuss selection and dosing of new regimens for use with MDR-TB.
Presenter: C. Robert Horsburgh, Jr





04/30/2014
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