On Demand June 24, 2015
Tuberculosis and Blood Borne Pathogens for Clinic Managers
Broadcast Date: June 24, 2015 | 1 hour, 30 minutes
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Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease that usually infects the lungs, but can attack almost any part of the body. The major goals of treatment for TB disease are to cure the individual patient, minimize risk of death and disability, and reduce transmission of M. tuberculosis to other persons. This program will provide information on current changes in the TB protocol. Program faculty will also discuss proper hand hygiene along with OSHA standards for HIV, Hepatitis B and blood borne pathogens.
For more information, view the conference flyer.
Nurses, social workers, clinic managers, TB and HIV health care workers
Nurses 1.5 hours, Social Workers 1.5 hours
Conference participants who are not ADPH employees will be charged a fee to receive CE certificates. View the new Continuing Education Requirements.
Contact for Technical Assistance
Call 334-206-5618 or email ALPHTN.
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