Upcoming Events and Education Opportunities
Newcomer Health ECHO
This ECHO Colorado series is designed to increase medical providers' knowledge of the resettlement and health issues of newcomers, including refugee, immigrant and migrant (RIM) populations. These virtual sessions are held on the last Tuesday of the month. More information here.
- March 20, 2023: Tuberculosis
- April 25, 2023: Hepatitis B - Pediatrics
- May 30, 2023: Hepatitis B - Adults
- and more
April 5-7, 2023 | 59th Annual Denver TB Course
This National Jewish Health Course provides a broad overview of active and latent TB including its epidemiology, transmission, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and management. More information here.
Thursdays in April 2023 | Quality Improvement Strategies for Latent Tuberculosis Infection (LTBI) Prevention and Care in Asian, Asian American (A/AA), and Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (NH/PI)- Serving Health Centers: National Clinical Quality Measure Development" Learning Collaborative
From the TB Elimination Alliance, apply for the four-week Learning Collaborative by March 22 at PM to gain in-depth knowledge and best practices on how to empower patients at health centers through strategies that effectively address LTBI/TB prevention and quality improvement approaches in their communities. CME/CEUs available. Register here.
June 12-15, 2023 | 2023 National TB Conference
The in-person National TB Conference will take place in Atlanta, GA. If you have any questions about the 2023 TB conferences, email Sherry Brown (NTCA).
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
12:30-1:30 pm PT. On Mondays join our lunch-time virtual discussion about real TB cases with your peers. 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.