The Principles of Tuberculosis Care and Prevention course held in Zimbabwe continues to provide the epidemiological, bacteriological, clinical and programmatic inputs that health professionals need to understand the principles of TB care and prevention and the skills to manage patients with both drug-susceptible and resistant tuberculosis. This course has a strong focus on the collection, analysis and use of routinely available tuberculosis data for decision making at all levels of healthcare.
Benefits of Tuberculosis Care Training
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
Understand the bacteriological and epidemiological basis of effective tuberculosis patient care and programme management
Understand the transmission of TB bacilli and pathogenesis of tuberculosis
Understand diagnosis and treatment of TB infection and disease, including drug-resistant tuberculosis
Record, report, analyse and use data on TB case finding and treatment for decision-making at all levels of healthcare
Work collaboratively with various healthcare programmes and providers to further strengthen quality patient care and programme management
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for specialists, medical and clinical officers, nurses, laboratory technicians, tuberculosis coordinators working at all levels of healthcare, monitoring and evaluation officers, TB and HIV/AIDS, and non-communicable diseases and tobacco control programme staff and health policy and decision-makers, who are primarily working in low- and middle-income countries.
Faculty: Dr. Riitta Dlodlo, lead faculty, and Dr. E. Jane Carter
Course Fee: 2,800 USD – Deadline to Register 16 January
Course fee includes tuition, training material, lunch and two tea breaks.
A residential package fee is available at 3,900 USD (Course fee + 1,100 USD for accommodation and breakfast).
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