Upcoming Events and Education Opportunities
June - September 2023 | Rutgers Global TB Institute TB 101 Series
This 13-part webinar series will provide an introduction to the fundamentals of tuberculosis (TB). The live sessions will be held on Fridays at 7 - 8 am PT. More information here.
August 16-19, 2023 | Afghan Support Center in Seattle
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is holding an Afghan Support Center in Seattle. This no cost event will provide an opportunity for Afghans to talk to staff from U.S., Washington state and Seattle government agencies, a variety of service providers, and others. For more information, view the flyer in English, Dari, and Pashto.
August 23, 2023 | Fundamentals of Medical & Case Management of Drug-Susceptible TB
This Curry International TB Center (CITC) training is intended for nurses and case managers who provide care for TB patients within the public health setting. Register here.
September 15, 2023 | Focus on LTBI
This CITC training in Oakland, CA is intended as an introductory course covering the basics of latent TB infection (LTBI) diagnosis and treatment for physicians, nurses, and other licensed medical care providers who manage patients at risk for TB. Register here by July 31st.
September 26 - 27, 2023 | International Workshop on Clinical Pharmacology of TB Drugs
Registration is open for the 14th edition of the International Workshop on Clinical Pharmacology of Tuberculosis Drugs. The meeting times will accommodate attendance on most continents. The workshop is free to attend, but you must register to receive access to the sessions. Register here.
Southeastern National TB Center (SNTC) Trainings
These summer and fall training applications will be posted on the website soon.
August 7- September 1, 2023: LTBI for Clinicians
- August 28 - November 17, 2023: TB Nurse Case Management Fall Cohort
- October 12 - November 2, 2023: LTBI for Nurses
Mycobacterium Interest Group Seminar Series
The Seattle TB Research Advancement Center (SEATRAC) holds monthly Friday sessions (typically on the fourth Friday) which features both basic science and clinical science presentations. More information here.
Washington's TB Project ECHO
On Mondays 12:30-1:30 pm PT, join our lunch-time virtual discussion about real TB cases with your peers. Starting September 12th, the sessions will be occurring weekly on Tuesdays. This free interactive event is guided by a panel of local TB experts. For more information about this local project and our partners who make this ongoing event possible.