Tuberculosis for Health Care Workers in NW Colorado

To: Health care personnel who provide services for those with or at risk for tuberculosis infection and disease 

From: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

SPACE STILL AVAILABLE!!!

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is partnering with the Northwest Colorado Public Health Department to host a 2-day training on Tuberculosis (TB). This free training will enable you and your team to feel comfortable managing TB by providing information and skill building activities on the following topics:

– Introduction to TB 
– Diagnosis and treatment for TB infection and disease
– TB case management 
– TB contact investigation
– Interviewing skills

We invite nurses and other interested personnel who provide health services to patients with or at risk for tuberculosis in Colorado to attend the TB for Health Care Workers training on June 13th – 14th from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm at the Hayden Community Center. Address: 300 S. Shelton Lane, Hayden, Colorado 81639. Please note, day one is applicable for all health care providers while day two is geared towards public health professionals.

For more details and registration, go to: www.train.org/colorado/home and search for course #1080090

Registration cost is FREE
Space is very limited so please register early. 

For more information please contact Tavia Mirassou-Wolf at 303-692-2638 or Tavia.mirassou-wolf@state.co.us with any questions. 

For additional training opportunities, please visit the calendar on our website: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/tb