A training curriculum for an Ethics of Tuberculosis Prevention, Care and Control training course has been developed. The training curriculum includes a facilitator-led training guide along with presentations and activities for the interactive 2-day course which is intended to introduce the concept of ethics in tuberculosis prevention, care and control and to sensitize and educate delegates on the application of ethical values in their work. All materials necessary to plan and implement the course can be accessed at: http://globaltb.njms.rutgers.edu/educationalmaterials/productfolder/tbethicscurriculum.html
DOTS represents the best strategy for coordinating TB services within the broader health system, mobilizing wide support at the operational level, reducing TB incidence, and preventing further drug resistance.
Programmatic Management of Drug-resistant TB (PMDT): While the causes of multi-drug resistant TB are similar in all high burden countries (low adherence, weak DOTS, poor treatment compliance, inadequate drug supplies, direct transmission, etc.).
TB / HIV
TB CARE II works to link HIV and TB advocacy and to promote a unified response, and works with National TB and HIV/AIDS Programs to integrate planning and service delivery mechanisms to effectively tackle the dual epidemics.
Health Systems Strengthening
TB CARE II supports health systems improvement through our country programs, emphasizing management capacity building, integration, and results-oriented process improvement.