International Training Courses at Rwanda - 2014
Integrating TB/HIV management: “One stop shop” Date : July 21st -25th, 2014 The objectives of this training course are to provide an overview of the global and regional TB/HIV co-infection situation, guidelines and policies; as well evidence on the programmatic and clinical management of TB/HIV from Rwandan TB/HIV co infection experience (One Stop TB/HIV);
Laboratory services for MDR-TB Date : July 21st -25th, 2014 The objectives of this training course are To introduce to the latest updates on lab developments related to Drug Resistant TB; to conduct appropriate laboratory processes and techniques of growth detection; and develop quality indicators (e.g. internal quality control) and conduct external quality assessment of growth detection and identification.
TB CARE I @ Union Conference - Barcelona 2014
Post-Graduate Course - Communicating Effectively: In Person/On Paper Date : 29th October, 2014 To achieve/share the results we want, it is essential to communicate well. Good communication creates an environment that promotes treatment/healing, facilitates behavioral change, reduces conflict & stress and improves working conditions. Communicating successes, outcomes & results ensures a well informed community, leading to both political will and future funding/support. This course provides two sets of tools: 1.To address the skills needed to improve communication, motivate patients and increase job-satisfaction, and 2.To perfect ways to communicate outcomes/results and success stories. This is just one of the many activities TB CARE I is part of at the Union Conference in October - More details soon.
European Advanced Course in Clinical Tuberculosis
Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam Date : September 22 – 24, 2014 A 3-day course on Tuberculosis (TB) will be held in Amsterdam on 22-24 September 2014. The course offers you the opportunity to access up-to-date knowledge in the field of clinical TB. The course topics include novelties in diagnosis TB and latent TB infection, medication and treatment among special groups. The course faculty (Filha, TBNET, University of Tartu and KNCV) has a comprehensive experience in the field of clinical TB, and during the course you will have a possibility to ask, discuss and network.