Educational Materials

Advanced Concepts in Pediatric TB: Mycobacteriology, Pathogenesis, and Epidemiology

Ana Alvarez, MD - hosted by Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center

The series goes beyond basic TB concepts while following the pediatric ID guidelines. This session focuses on mycobacteriology, pathogenesis, and epidemiology.

Advanced Concepts in Pediatric TB: Old and New Diagnostic Tools & Challenges

Entesar Husain, MD. - hosted by Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center

The series goes beyond basic TB concepts while following the pediatric ID guidelines. This session focuses on diagnosis.

Pediatric Tuberculosis and HIV Coinfection (Recording)

Dr. Kiran Belani, MD - hosted by Mayo Clinic Center for Tuberculosis

This webinar is designed for physicians, nurses and healthcare professionals, who are involved in the management of patients with TB, supervise those who provide care for TB patients, or are TB control staff responsible for program management.

Tricks of the Trade: Strategies for Pediatric TB Case Management (Recording)

Patty Woods, RN, MSN - hosted by New Jersey Medical School Global Tuberculosis Center

This webinar discusses practical aspects of the case management of children and adolescents with latent TB infection (LTBI) and TB disease.

Pediatric Tuberculosis: The Essentials

Ann Loeffler, M.D. - hosted by Curry International Tuberculosis Center

This 60-minute training was created for public and private clinicians and allied health personnel who work with pediatric tuberculosis. The 45-minute presentation was followed by a 15-minute Q & A session.

Childhood TB Learning Portal

International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease

The Union's Childhood TB Learning Portal will offer a variety of resources aimed to support countries’ efforts to address Childhood TB as well as MDR-TB. The offering of the Learning Portal is free interactive online courses, Childhood TB for Healthcare Workers, developed in collaboration with the World Health Organization and Childhood MDR-TB for Healthcare Workers.