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Arresting TB: Best Practices for Controlling TB in Corrections Training

Posted by Ed Prindle on Friday, August 22, 2014 in Association News

Kentucky TB Prevention and Control Program in conjunction with  the Southeastern National TB Center present: 

Arresting TB: Best Practices for Controlling TB in Corrections  



Cost: FREE! Lunch Provided When: Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 Time: 8:00 am-5:00 pm EDT Where: Hotel Louisville 120 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky 40202 


Course Description This course highlights best practices for recognizing and controlling tuberculosis (TB) in correctional settings and is designed to enhance communication and collaboration between the local health department and correctional facility staff, both medical and custody. Attendees join in group discussion and actively participate in exercises designed to foster skills for managing TB in correctional settings. 





Registration Please see the attached flyer for more information. Click on the link within the first attached flyer and scroll down to “October” then select “Arresting TB: Best Practices for Controlling TB in Corrections - Louisville, Kentucky”  To register click here





Please contact Lindsay Pappas at 502-564-4276 x4296 or lindsay.pappas@ky.gov or Ellen Murray at 352-273-9383 or ellen.murray@medicine.ufl.edu with any questions. 



Please feel free to forward this email to anyone who might be interested.

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