This outstanding training resource takes a practical approach to understanding more about tuberculosis, which continues to be a growing concern even in developed countries.
Tuberculosis has killed more people throughout history than any other disease. With babies, young children and the elderly being most at risk – can you afford not to be fully trained in how to respond?
A ‘must have’ for induction, refresher, management and vocational training.
Plus, every trainee receives a FREE training certificate on completion of the course!
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As a guide, this course should take between 45 to 55 minutes. Remember, of course, different people learn at different rates for various reasons.
Printable PDF Syllabus
The syllabus includes, for example:
- What is tuberculosis?
- How TB spreads
- Infecting others
- Pulmonary TB
- Extra-pulmonary TB
- Organs affected by TB
- Miliary TB
- Tubercular Meningitis
- Latent TB
- Multi-drug resistant TB (MDR TB)
- Extensively drug resistant TB
- At risk groups
- Environmental factors
- Health problems & TB
- Prolonged exposure to TB
- Poverty and social problems
- Symptoms of pulmonary TB
- Symptoms of extra-pulmonary TB
- Seeking medical attention
- Progression of the disease
- Testing for TB
- Promoting recovery
- Isolation & preventing the disease from spreading
- Disease reporting
- Chances of recovery