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TB Notes 4, 2004

No. 4, 2004

UPDATES FROM CEBSB

Marketing Efforts for www.findtbresources.org

Marketing kickoff

Image of website buttons and business card
Image of website buttons and business card

At the 2004 National Tuberculosis Controllers’ Association (NTCA) conference, held June 9-11, 2004, in Atlanta, Georgia, the Communications, Education, and Behavioral Studies Branch (CEBSB) of DTBE launched a marketing kickoff directed at TB program staff for www.findtbresources.org, a comprehensive, searchable TB education and training resources Web site. The Web site exhibit booth featured promotional items printed with the Web site address, such as business cards, flashing buttons, and pens. The buttons had magnetic flashing lights and the catchy slogans “I’ve Got TB (resources) and “Got TB Resources?” and were very popular with NTCA conference participants.

Web site e-newsletter

Another strategy for marketing the TB Education & Training Resources Website is the monthly newsletter that is e-mailed to TB-EDucate and TB Education and Training Network (TB ETN) members. The e-newsletter includes information on the website’s current “Highlight of the Month,” and promotes materials recently added to the database. If you would like to receive this electronic newsletter, please send an e-mail to info@findtbresources.org.

Image of first e-newsletter for www.findtbresources.org – June 2004
First e-newsletter for www.findtbresources.org
– June 2004

Promote your organization’s materials!

Promote your materials by submitting information about them to www.findtbresources.org! New materials are added to the online database every month. Be sure to make your organization’s materials available to the public, and help the website be as robust and up-to-date as possible. A request for submission is available on the website at this link.

Testimonials about the website

Hear what people have to say about www.findtbresources.org, then visit the website to see what they are talking about!

My colleagues and I in the Education & Training Department at the New Jersey Medical School National TB Center have found the findtbresources website to be most helpful. More often than not, our search quickly leads us to just the right resource. In addition, we refer other health care professionals and students to the website to search for specific resources.

DJ McCabe, RN
Nurse Educator

This website brings the world of TB events, news, and resources to your fingertips. Anyone developing any educational course or product can avoid re-creating the wheel by looking at this website first. You will discover a treasure of fully developed products for education and resources for advocacy. In addition, the website provides a forum to share your program's courses and products, enabling us all to share the wealth of our experience in TB control.

L. Masae Kawamura, MD
Director/TB Controller
San Francisco TB Control Section
Department of Public Health

I have visited this site several times. The last time involved looking for TB drug fact sheets. I had tried other sources without much success. I next tried the findtbresources website. I found all kinds of drug fact sheets and we are now in the process of reviewing and adapting them for use in the state of Florida. This site is easy to use.

Jo-Ann Arnold, RN, MS
RN Consultant
Florida Department of Health
Bureau of TB and Refugee Health

Be sure to bookmark the TB Education & Training Resources Website!

Any questions or comments about the website can be directed to info@findtbresources.org.

www.findtbresources.org

Your one-stop site to find & share TB resources

—Reported by Hsin-Hsin Foo, MPH and Amera Khan, MPH
Div of TB Elimination

 


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