March

All About the SNTC
Date: 3/5/2018 - 3/5/2018
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Eastern
Location: Online
Instructor/speaker: SNTC Staff
Cost: No Charge
Format: Webinar
Learn about the SNTC, including who we are, what we do, and how we can assist you. Topics include: -Who We are -What We Do -Training -Medical Consultation -Technical Assistance -Products -Communication


SAVE THE DATE - 7th Annual TB Summit
Date: 3/22/2018 - 3/22/2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Central
Location: Verona, WI
Format: Lecture/didactic
One-day TB update training held at the EPIC campus in Wisconsin.
Additional information: 
    Agenda - https://rtmcc.medicine.ufl.edu/Files/0TB Summit 2018 conference schedule 1-31.docx
    Directions and Instructions - https://rtmcc.medicine.ufl.edu/Files/1TB Summit letter - directions and instructions.docx
    EPIC Map - https://rtmcc.medicine.ufl.edu/Files/1EPIC directions-Tent Lot to Dragon's Lair.pdf


Kentucky TB Update for Physicians and Clinicians
Date: 3/29/2018 - 3/29/2018
Time: 10:30 AM - 4:45 PM Central
Location: Sloan Convention Center - Bowling Green
Format: Case presentation
This one-day annual training event provides an update on TB epidemiology in Kentucky and offers interesting discussion through case presentations.
Additional information: 
    Agenda - https://rtmcc.medicine.ufl.edu/Files/0Agenda.docx
    Directions - https://rtmcc.medicine.ufl.edu/Files/Sloan Convention Center Directions.docx


April

SAVE THE DATE - Comprehensive TB Course
Date: 4/23/2018 - 4/27/2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM Eastern
Instructor/speaker: SNTC Faculty
Format: Clinical course
This five-day intensive course will familiarize the clinician and healthcare worker with all the aspects of tuberculosis infection, disease and clinical care using an interdisciplinary and interactive approach. The curriculum is provided through lecture and interactive case management sessions. The faculty is selected for their unique skill in encouraging interaction and building rapport with participants. The atmosphere is relaxed with an expectation that a free exchange of questions, comments and information will occur.


TST Train-the-Trainer Course - Gainesville, FL
continuing education credits available 7.0 credit(s)
Date: 4/28/2018 - 4/28/2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Eastern
Location: Emerging Pathogens Institute
Instructor/speaker: Ellen R. Murray, PhD, BSN, RN
Format: Workshop
This one-day skill-building course provides the knowledge needed to plan, teach, and evaluate a Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test (TST) course. The course content includes skills for planning and conducting a TST training, including adult learning principles and teaching strategies. The curriculum is provided through lecture and participatory activities, including practicum in TST administration and reading and instructional skills demonstration. Each participant must demonstrate proficiency in delivering course content plus administering and reading the TST. Participants will receive feedback from experienced trainers as they practice their skills. Topics include: adult learning principles for instructors, tips and tools to plan and conduct a successful TST training, and TST course curriculum review and demonstration.
Additional information: 
    Flyer - https://rtmcc.medicine.ufl.edu/Files/FLYER 04282018 - TST TTT - Gainesville FL - with CE.docx


June

TST Train-the-Trainer Course - Owensboro, KY
continuing education credits available 7.0 credit(s)
Date: 6/4/2018 - 6/4/2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Central
Location: Green River District Health Department
Instructor/speaker: Ellen R Murray, PhD, BSN, RN
Format: Workshop
This one-day skill-building course provides the knowledge needed to plan, teach, and evaluate a Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test (TST) course. The course content includes skills for planning and conducting a TST training, including adult learning principles and teaching strategies. The curriculum is provided through lecture and participatory activities, including practicum in TST administration and reading and instructional skills demonstration. Each participant must demonstrate proficiency in delivering course content plus administering and reading the TST. Participants will receive feedback from experienced trainers as they practice their skills. Topics include: adult learning principles for instructors, tips and tools to plan and conduct a successful TST training, and TST course curriculum review and demonstration.
Additional information: 
    Flyer - https://rtmcc.medicine.ufl.edu/Files/FLYER 06042018 - TST TTT Owensboro KY - with CE.docx


TST Train-the-Trainer Course - Frankfort, KY
continuing education credits available 7.0 credit(s)
Date: 6/6/2018 - 6/6/2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Eastern
Location: Franklin County Health Department (Annex)
Instructor/speaker: Ellen R Murray, PhD, BSN, RN
Format: Workshop
This one-day skill-building course provides the knowledge needed to plan, teach, and evaluate a Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test (TST) course. The course content includes skills for planning and conducting a TST training, including adult learning principles and teaching strategies. The curriculum is provided through lecture and participatory activities, including practicum in TST administration and reading and instructional skills demonstration. Each participant must demonstrate proficiency in delivering course content plus administering and reading the TST. Participants will receive feedback from experienced trainers as they practice their skills. Topics include: adult learning principles for instructors, tips and tools to plan and conduct a successful TST training, and TST course curriculum review and demonstration.
Additional information: 
    Flyer - https://rtmcc.medicine.ufl.edu/Files/FLYER 06062018 - TST TTT Frankfort KY - with CE.docx


TST Train-the-Trainer Course - London, KY
continuing education credits available 7.0 credit(s)
Date: 6/8/2018 - 6/8/2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Eastern
Location: Laurel County Health Department
Instructor/speaker: Ellen R Murray, PhD, BSN, RN
Format: Workshop
This one-day skill-building course provides the knowledge needed to plan, teach, and evaluate a Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test (TST) course. The course content includes skills for planning and conducting a TST training, including adult learning principles and teaching strategies. The curriculum is provided through lecture and participatory activities, including practicum in TST administration and reading and instructional skills demonstration. Each participant must demonstrate proficiency in delivering course content plus administering and reading the TST. Participants will receive feedback from experienced trainers as they practice their skills. Topics include: adult learning principles for instructors, tips and tools to plan and conduct a successful TST training, and TST course curriculum review and demonstration.
Additional information: 
    Flyer - https://rtmcc.medicine.ufl.edu/Files/FLYER 06082018 - TST TTT London KY - with CE.docx


September

SAVE THE DATE - Comprehensive TB Course

Date: 9/24/2018 - 9/28/2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM Eastern
Instructor/speaker: SNTC Faculty
Format: Clinical course
This five-day intensive course will familiarize the clinician and healthcare worker with all the aspects of tuberculosis infection, disease and clinical care using an interdisciplinary and interactive approach. The curriculum is provided through lecture and interactive case management sessions. The faculty is selected for their unique skill in encouraging interaction and building rapport with participants. The atmosphere is relaxed with an expectation that a free exchange of questions, comments and information will occur.


November

SAVE THE DATE - Comprehensive TB Course

Date: 11/12/2018 - 11/16/2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM Eastern
Instructor/speaker: SNTC Faculty
Format: Clinical course
This five-day intensive course will familiarize the clinician and healthcare worker with all the aspects of tuberculosis infection, disease and clinical care using an interdisciplinary and interactive approach. The curriculum is provided through lecture and interactive case management sessions. The faculty is selected for their unique skill in encouraging interaction and building rapport with participants. The atmosphere is relaxed with an expectation that a free exchange of questions, comments and information will occur.