TB Summit - Madison, WI 2017
The registration fee for the course has been reduced to $10.00 thanks to a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. If you already paid $25.00, you will receive a refund of $15.00 within 7-10 days.
Registration fee - $10.00
The TB Summit is a full day of presentations, case studies and discussions. Topics include epidemiology; infection control; TB/HIV co-infection; the new TB treatment guidelines; laboratory update; Stop the Stigma; and complex case review and panel discussion.
A block of rooms has been reserved until February 15.
131 Horizon Drive
Verona, WI 53593
Please reference - TB Summit
For additional information visit: Mayo Clinic Center for Tuberculosis
This course is designed for public health workers, nurses, infection control providers and clinic staff, physicians, lab staff, and others working with or interested in learning more about tuberculosis.
Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:
- Apply current advances for assessing risk, testing and treating latent TB infection to prevent development of disease
- Apply recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of TB disease to prevent transmission and primary drug resistance
- Identify appropriate TB infection control measures along the continuum of care to prevent transmission and future cases of TB
- Describe approaches for managing adverse drug effects to anti-TB medications to minimize toxicity and ensure completion of therapy
- Describe how primary care providers and community agencies can collaborate to prevent missed opportunities in the diagnosis and treatment of TB
Attendance at this Mayo Clinic course does not indicate nor guarantee competence or proficiency in the performance of any procedures which may be discussed or taught in this course.