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Paul A. Jensen, PhD, PE, CIH - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - CDC Edward Nardell, MD - Brigham and Women's Hospital, Division of Global Health Equity; Harvard Medical School; Harvard School of Public Health; Partners In Health - PIH Grigory Volchenkov, MD - Vladimir Oblast Tuberculosis Dispensary
Job Opportunities at Partners In Health: endTB Monitoring & Evaluation Manager, Laboratory Coordinator

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By MayLin Heuchling on 28 Jul 2014 0 Recommendations 3 Replies
Monitoring Infection Control status in MDR TB patients' household

Hi to all, just to remind compilation of available documents and tools of possible interest, of which a checklist on IC @: http://www.tbcare1.org/publications/toolbox/ic/…

By Soe Htut Aung on 23 Jul 2014 0 Recommendations 17 Replies
Leadership in Building Design & Engineering Approaches to Airborne Infection Control – A Short Course 16 – 21 September 2014, Mumbai, India

Venue: West End Hotel, 45, New Marine Lines, Mumbai Course Faculty will be derived from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA, Harvard School of Public Health, USA, University College of London, UK and TB IC experts from India. The Course is…

By Dyson Misquitta on 21 Jul 2014 0 Recommendations 0 Replies
Developing Technologies for home-based infection control

Dr Nicaise Nsabimana Burundian Post graduate In internal medicine at University of Rwanda. School of medicine and pharmacy Le 17 juil. 2014 07:29, "Haluk Çalışır via GHDonline" a écrit :

By Richard Vincent on 10 Jul 2014 0 Recommendations 26 Replies
Webinar Announcement: Pediatric DR-TB Meningitis: a Case-Based Discussion (Wednesday, July 23, 2014 9:00:00 AM EDT)

Dear TB Infection Control Community, just writing to remind you all about Pediatric DR-TB Meningitis happening on Wednesday, July 23 at 9:00AM EST. Please contact with any questions or concerns. Thank you!

By Sue Kulkarni on 09 Jul 2014 0 Recommendations 1 Replies
UCSF Global Health Delivery Training

Hear, Hear. Or in this case, here, here!! S Prof Shaheen Mehtar Buitengewoon Professor / Extraordinary Professor

By Manisha Singh on 25 Jun 2014 0 Recommendations 4 Replies
UCSF Global Health Delivery Training

Thank you Manisha, it's very interesting. Where can I find more information for the registration ?

By Manisha Singh on 25 Jun 2014 0 Recommendations 1 Replies
Infra-red and Gas Heaters

Thank you Ed, but the whole point of research is that- NOTHING is settled until it is proven and reproven. I know Houk's paper well, but I wondered if you could send me the references for the categorical evidence that mycobacteria cannot be reaerosolised?…

By Pietie Voigt on 24 Jun 2014 0 Recommendations 23 Replies
rule of thumb in assessing ventilation

Dear colleagues, Thanks all for your educative postings on TB Infection Control. I am a Tanzanian, working with PharmAccess International (NGO) as a senior officer, TB/HIV program. Regarding a good ventilated health facility room: I would like to know what…

By Miranda Brouwer on 20 Jun 2014 0 Recommendations 27 Replies
Leadership in Building Design & Engineering Approaches to Airborne Infection Control – A Short Course 16 – 21 September 2014, India

ocal: West End Hotel, 45, novas linhas marítimas, Mumbai Corpo docente do curso será derivado centros para controle de doenças e prevenção, EUA, Harvard School of Public Health, EUA, University College of London, Reino Unido e TB IC especialistas da Índia.…

By Dyson Misquitta on 31 May 2014 1 Recommendations 4 Replies
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