2023 Wisconsin Virtual TB Summit Livestream (virtual)
2023 Wisconsin Virtual TB Summit
Open to All Registrants - Register for ZOOM link here
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Join local, state, and national experts to learn more about their work to understand and improve care for people diagnosed with TB across our community. The Wisconsin Virtual TB Summit features weekly sessions held every Tuesday starting April 4 and ending May 2. Session topics are timely and relevant across all disciplines serving people diagnosed with TB. Sessions include:
- TB Epidemiology and Resources: Local, State, and National
- Uniting for Ukraine Program: Personal and Clinical Perspectives
- TB and the Perinatal Period: Clinical Management and Case Review
- TB Disease Treatment Update: Interim Guidance and Case Review for 4-Month Regimen
- Ask the Experts: Your TB Questions Answered
Check out the Program tab above for the full event schedule or Click here to view the program schedule in your mobile device.
Registration is free and grants access to every session of the five-week Wisconsin Virtual TB Summit event. You are welcome to join any or all sessions. Register once, and use the same link for every session.
Questions about the Wisconsin Virtual TB Summit? Email the TB Summit team.
TB 101 Pre-Conference hosted by the WI TB Program
Open to Wisconsin Registrants Only
UPDATE: TB 101 Pre-Conference Session is FULL, Registration CLOSED
This TB and LTBI 101 training session is intended for Wisconsin local and tribal health department clinical staff new to TB/LTBI. The session will be instructive with opportunities for interactive WEDSS (Wisconsin Electronic Disease Surveillance System) practice scenarios. Basic familiarity with using WEDSS for disease surveillance will be helpful in getting the most out of this session. No previous TB knowledge is required, but participants are strongly encouraged to review the archived WI TB Program webinars.
Please note: While the Wisconsin Virtual TB Summit is open to all registrants, the Pre-Conference session is open only to Wisconsin LTHD clinical staff new to TB/LTBI. Registration for the Pre-Conference is capped at 30 participants and is separate from the Wisconsin Virtual TB Summit registration.
Questions about the TB 101 Pre-Conference? Email the Wisconsin TB Program.
All public health workers, nurses, infection prevention/control providers, clinic staff, physicians, healthcare providers, lab staff, and others working with or interested in learning more about tuberculosis.
- Increase understanding of factors influencing TB across the continuum of prevention, diagnosis, and care
- Share best practices to address TB across the continuum of prevention, diagnosis, and care
Attendance at any Mayo Clinic course does not indicate or guarantee competence or proficiency in the skills, knowledge or performance of any care or procedure(s) which may be discussed or taught in this course.
Jennifer Curran, MA, Director of Business Services-Professional Education, Mayo Clinic
Julia Greenleaf, MPH RN, Public Health Nurse, Public Health Madison & Dane County
Tracy Gulock, DTR, Refugee Coordinator, Bureau of Refugee Program, WI Department of Children & Families
Courtney Klapperich, MLS (ASCP), QLS, Director of Education, Mayo Clinic TB Center of Excellence
Claire Leback, MPH BSN RN, Supervisor, TB Program, WI Division of Public Health
Andrea Liptack, MSN RN FNP-BC, TB Nurse Consultant, WI Division of Public Health
Kate Louther, MSN RN CIC, TB Program Manager, Public Health Madison & Dane County
Emily Mazzula, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Marquette University
E. Ann Misch, MD, Medical Consultant, Wisconsin TB Program, Associate Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health
Anna Mykhailova, MD
Arick Sabin, MPH DO D(ABMM), Infectious Disease and Wound Care, Gunderson Health System
Noah Schwartz, MD, Medical Epidemiologist, Molecular and Outbreak Investigations Team, Division of TB Elimination, CDC
Nate Simon, PhD, Tuberculosis Laboratory Program Coordinator, Communicable Disease Division, Wisconsin State Lab of Hygiene
Sebastian Ssempijja, PhD, Consulting Psychologist and CEO/Clinical Director, Sebastian Family Psychology Practice, Appointed Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Health, Medical College of Wisconsin, Adjunct Professor at University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, School of Nursing in the Masters in Sustainable Peace Building (MSP)
John Wilson MD FIDSA, Consultant, Division of Infectious Diseases, Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
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