The Union uses our rich expertise to run fee-based courses that develop clinical expertise, management skills and the ability to discover solutions through research and advocacy.
The Union can help you design courses and curriculum to meet your specific training needs. With expertise in the clinical, programmatic, and organisational management of diseases our team has designed programmes for some of the leading lung health organisations in the world. We specialise in programmes designed to reduce the burden of lung disease, improve overall lung health, better manage TB in low-resource settings, and implement tobacco control programmes.
Take a Union Course Online
The Union also offers a range of online courses that are free to access. Learn the latest best practices in TB, operational research, drug-resistant TB, attend webinars and much more.
Our comprehensive online programmatic and clinical management of drug-resistant tuberculosis course, specifically designed for clinical officers, nurses, paramedics and other health workers is available for free and includes everything from the epidemiology and diagnosis of DR-TB to the clinical presentation, treatment, infection control and reporting.
The course includes presentations and case studies on: Epidemiology and Diagnosis, Clinical Presentation and Treatment; and Infection Control and Reporting.
Learn from the free and updated material that supports teaching and learning on TB in children and adolescent.
The training package contains teaching modules on: epidemiology, detection, treatment and prevention of tuberculosis and drug-resistant tuberculosis; tuberculosis in particular high-risk groups such as those living with HIV or mothers and infants; and programmatic aspects and data.
This updated training package was developed in collaboration with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and funded by Unitaid.
Join this free course and improve your knowledge of the management of TB infection.
Improve diagnosis and treatment of TB Infection, and increase country-level implementation of TB prevention among i) household contacts of people affected by TB, especially children under five, ii) people with risk factors to develop TB, and iii) people living with HIV.
This course is available in English, French and Spanish.
The Union’s webinars
Open-access learning online: The Union, in collaboration with its global community of members, hosts an ongoing open-access webinar series on tuberculosis, tobacco control, COVID-19 and other lung diseases.
Learn from our experts, members and high-profile speakers, at no cost.
Union Courses Faculty: Meet our experts
The Union faculty have expertise in the clinical, programmatic, and organisational management of diseases, as well as leading expertise in public health management. Our team has decades of experience and we have designed programmes for some of the leading lung health organisations in the world.