Archived Webinar Training

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

CME and CE units are not being offered for these recordings and there are no participant evaluations

Click title to view its description and audio-visual requirements.

icon Pediatric Tuberculosis: The Essentials
October 8, 2014


This 60-minute training for public and private clinicians and allied health personnel who work with pediatric tuberculosis.
icon Sharing the Care: Working Together on LTBI Treatment and Management
September 24, 2014


The 90-minute training for physicians and other licensed medical professionals who diagnose and treat latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI). The training focused on risk assessment, diagnosis, and treatment options for LTBI.
icon Drug-Induced Liver Injury
October 16, 2013


This 60-minute training featuring Dr. Christopher Spitters was created for public and private clinicians and allied health personnel who work with tuberculosis (TB). It clarified key information that providers need to know when working with patients with compromised liver function due to taking TB medication.
icon The Affordable Care Act and Tuberculosis Control: Navigating New Territory
August 23, 2013


A 90-minute webinar for public and private clinicians and allied health personnel who work with tuberculosis (TB). It clarified key information that TB Programs need to know related to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
icon Ask The Experts Webinar: Clinical Conundrums in LTBI Treatment
December 18, 2012


A 2-hour webinar covers some common questions around LTBI treatment that may not be addressed in national guidelines, but represent a sample of everyday challenges shared by providers of LTBI care.
icon TB Radiology Webinar
July 16, 2012


A 90-minute webinar about the basics of reading radiographs to diagnose TB disease. Intended for physicians and nurses who diagnose TB.
icon Engaging the Private Sector in TB Prevention
January 25, 2012


A 2-hour webinar focuses on tools and strategies State and local health departments can use to help private providers (including Federally Qualified Health Centers, Community Health Clinics, HMOs, and smaller practice practitioners) get up-to-speed on the diagnosis and treatment of latent TB infection (LTBI).
icon TB? Maybe Not: The Differential Diagnosis of Tuberculosis
July 20, 2011


A 2-hour web-based seminar for clinicians and others who are involved in the diagnosis of active TB.
icon Alcohol, Cigarettes, and Tuberculosis
January 12, 2011


A 90-minute web-based seminar for clinicians and others who provide services to TB patients or persons at risk for TB with significant alcohol and/or tobacco use.
icon Global TB: What U.S.-Based Providers Need to Know
May 12, 2010


A 2-hour and 12 minute web-based seminar for U.S.-based clinicians and others who provide services to foreign-born patients at risk for TB.
icon Tuberculosis and Diabetes
December 10, 2009


A 2-hour web-based seminar for clinicians in the United States who may treat or screen patients with tuberculosis, diabetes, or both diseases.
icon IGRAs: Can They Replace the TST?
January 28, 2009


A 100-minute seminar that is intended for healthcare professionals in the United States who use or are interested in using interferon gamma release assays (IGRAs) to diagnose TB infection.
icon Practical Applications of Genotyping in TB Control
January 23, 2008


A 90-minute seminar that provides an introduction to genotyping, interpretation of data, the national genotyping program, and its various applications.
icon Core Clinical Topics in TB Control
September 6, 13, 20, and 27, 2007


Intended for physicians and other licensed medical professionals who diagnose and treat tuberculosis.
icon Tuberculosis 101 Web-based Workshop
May 9, 26, 23, and 30, 2007


Intended for those who are new to TB control or have limited experience in TB, these four, 2-hour sessions include an introduction to TB transmission and pathogenesis, tuberculin skin testing, diagnosis and management of TB disease and latent TB infection, contact investigation, infection control, and interviewing skills.

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