TB Program Resources

Effective January 1, 2015: AB 1667 requires Pre-K and K-12 public, private and parochial school employees, volunteers (with frequent and prolonged student contact) and contractors submit to a TB risk assessment and a TB test only when TB risk factor is identified. The required: School Staff and Volunteer Risk Assessment and User Guide, CDPH, CTCA 2016
School Staff and Volunteer Risk Assessment Frequently Asked Questions, CDPH, CTCA 2016 companion document were developed by the California Department of Public Health with CTCA.

Responsibilities of Public Health Departments to Control TB, 2013

Priority Tuberculosis Control Activities in Times of Diminishing Resources Findings from a Systematic Prioritization Process, 2011

Colleges and Universities Survey Summary, 2008

Essential TB Program Functions - Available for Rural and Small Health Jurisdictions in California, 2005

TST Training Curriculum, Participant Workbook, Presentations, TST Trainer's Guide, 2005

TB Voices Project - Please contact CTCA to distribute these cards for patients, to connect them with other patients and read their TB stories.
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This following postcard was created for and distributed during the 2016 World TB Day San Francisco End TB Walk to educate the community about Adult TB risks. This information ws taken from the Califonria Tuberculosis Risk Assessment, Adults, 2016.  A folded card is also available to download and distribute. (Make sure to print on both sides of the paper and use "actual size" under the page sizing & handling section).