Regional Training and Medical Consultation Centers' TB Training and Education Products
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The following educational materials were developed by the CDC-funded TB Regional Training and Medical Consultation Centers (RTMCCs). These resources include print, video, DVD/CD-based tools, and recorded webinars. You may click on any of the product titles to access a download or the ability to order product. For additional information on any of the products, please contact the producing RTMCC by clicking on their logo located on the right side of this screen.

For more information on the RTMCCs, please visit www.cdc.gov/tb/rtmcc.htm or click on the specific RTMCC icon located on the right side of this page.

To view additional information or to order the products listed below, please contact the producing RTMCC.

For additional TB training and education materials, please visit the CDC Division of Tuberculosis Elimination website at www.cdc.gov/tb and the TB Education and Training Resources Website at www.findtbresources.org


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An Introduction to Cultural Competency in TB Prevention & Control-Webinar This audio conference provides a basic foundation for understanding cultural differences in health attitudes, beliefs, behaviors, and language, which can help individuals function more effectively in cross-cultural patient encounters. 2005 New Jersey Medical School Global Tuberculosis Institute  An Introduction to Cultural Competency in TB Prevention & Control-Webinar
*Caliper for Tuberculin Skin Test Reading This SNTC Caliper is a tool to read the Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test (TST). Pertinent information, in English and Spanish, is printed directly on the caliper and the packaging contains instructions for using a caliper to measure a TST. 2008 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center *Caliper for Tuberculin Skin Test Reading
¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - A Story about TB (English) A fotonovela designed to educate about TB. Written for Spanish-speaking foreign-born individuals who prefer to read English. May be used with other English speakers. It follows the story of Juan and his community as they cope with TB. Also addresses common cultural barriers. 2012 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center ¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - A Story about TB
¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela (A TB Story-Live life to the fullest!) A fotonovela designed to educate Spanish-born individuals about TB. It follows the story of Juan and his community as they cope withTB. Chapters of the story focus on different topics while addressing common cultural barriers. 2011 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center ¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela (A TB Story-Live life to the fullest!)
¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 1 Teresa's Worry This chapter deals with TB symptoms, awareness and the need for treatment. In this chapter Teresa learns the importance of going to the clinic and is told that one’s immigration status is not an issue. 2011 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center ¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 1 Teresa's Worry
¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 2 Juan Visits the Clinic This chapter addresses common BCG misconceptions involving immunity and testing for TB. Juan learns that the BCG vaccine does not provide immunity against TB, so he decides to get tested. 2011 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center ¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 2 Juan Visits the Clinic
¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 3 My Family, My Community This chapter explains why and how contact investigations are done. In this chapter Juan is convinced of the importance of providing information about himself and others to help his community. 2011 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center ¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 3 My Family, My Community
¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 4 Protecting Ourselves From Tuberculosis is in Our Hands This chapter explains the TST and IGRA tests, while addressing fears about a contact investigation. The story develops in a workplace and confidentiality and immigration concerns are addressed. 2011 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center ¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 4 Protecting Ourselves From Tuberculosis is in Our Hands
¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 5 Pedrito Has the Infection! This chapter explains Latent TB Infection (LTBI) and the advantage of treatment. Teresa’s godson, Pedrito, is infected with LTBI so his family decides to start treatment before the infection becomes active. 2011 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center ¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 5 Pedrito Has the Infection!
¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 6 I Want to Keep Up With the Treatment but... This chapter gives tips to better tolerate the medications and explains the importance of adherence to the prescribed medications. Juan’s medications give him problems, but after talking to his nurse they design a plan to help him take his medicine. 2011 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center ¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 6 I Want to Keep Up With the Treatment but...
¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 7 It Will Always Feel Good to do Good This chapter addresses stigma and misconceptions of TB. Juan is dealing with a difficult friend and the priest intervenes and addresses fears about TB. The priest applauds Juan's responsibility for his own and the community's health. 2011 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center ¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Chapter 7 It Will Always Feel Good to do Good
¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Quickfacts This factsheet states some of the most important information the community needs to know about TB in a concise easy to read format. 2011 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center ¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela - Quickfacts
¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela. VIDEO This is the video version of a fotonovela designed to educate Spanish-born individuals about TB. It is recommended for clinic waiting rooms or as a one-on-one educational tool. Includes complete story and individual chapters. 2013 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center ¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! - Una Historia de TB Novela. VIDEO
¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! Una Historia de TB Novela Toolkit & Translations This toolkit reviews the best way for healthcare workers to use this fotonovela with patients and their families. As well as a quick description of the topics each chapters addresses. This toolkit also offers translations of each chapter. 2011 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center ¡Vivir a Todo Pulmón! Una Historia de TB Novela Toolkit & Translations
2011-2013 SNTC Archived Webinars CD Many of the webinars SNTC provided during 2011-2013 are now available on one CD. 2014 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center 2011-2013 SNTC Archived Webinars CD
3rd Annual Communicable Diseases Conference Part 1 - TB Overview and Update In this overview, Dr. Stout discusses the epidemiology of TB, including national and local data. He defines and discusses the transmission and pathogenesis of TB, the diagnostic tools to detect TB and the standard 4-drug therapy for the treatment of TB. 2012 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center 3rd Annual Communicable Diseases Conference Part 1 - TB Overview and Update
3rd Annual Communicable Diseases Conference Part 2 - New Short-Course Treatment Guidelines for LTBI In this lecture Dr. David Holland discusses recommendations and options for treating LTBI in the United States. He talks on the effect of treatment duration on LTBI completion rates and the economic tradeoffs between efficacy and completion of therapy. Lastly, he touches on the potential economic impact of newer, short-course regimens for LTBI treatment. 2012 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center 3rd Annual Communicable Diseases Conference Part 2 - New Short-Course Treatment Guidelines for LTBI
3rd Annual Communicable Diseases Conference Part 3 - LTBI Case-based Review and Discussion LTBI cases are reviewed and discussed in order to review overall goals for treatment in prescribing an appropriate regimen and for successful completion of therapy. 2012 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center 3rd Annual Communicable Diseases Conference Part 3 - LTBI Case-based Review and Discussion
3rd Annual Communicable Diseases Conference Part 4 - New TB Diagnostic Tools and the Challenges of Interpreting Discordant Results Dr. Beverly Metchock, the CDC Team Lead for the Reference Laboratory Division of Tuberculosis Elimination, briefly reviews mycobacteriology testing practices in the US with the emphasis on potential problems, describes the new molecular tests available for detecting drug resistance in MTBC and uses case-based scenarios to explain the use of molecular test results and the benefits and limitations of the tests in this lecture. 2012 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center 3rd Annual Communicable Diseases Conference Part 4 - New TB Diagnostic Tools and the Challenges of Interpreting Discordant Results
3rd Annual Communicable Diseases Conference Part 5 - The Radiology of TB In this lecture, Dr. David Ashkin discusses the sequelae of Primary TB along with identifying and discussing the sequelae of Post Primary TB and Reactivation TB. Dr. Ashkin has also developed an organized approach to reading a chest x-ray that he discusses in this lecture that gives the participant a way to be involved in the reading of a patient’s chest x-ray. 2012 Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center 3rd Annual Communicable Diseases Conference Part 5 - The Radiology of TB
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