When TB is the Least of Their Worries: Mini-Course Series

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Contact Information

2055 Mowry Rd
Ste 250
Gainesville, Florida 32610

Program Description 

This series examines the many challenges patients may encounter in conjunction with TB disease and infection and will help participants develop the skills to identify and manage medical, socioeconomic, and mental health needs using a patient centered approach. Designed to meet the needs of busy public health professionals, this series is online, self-paced, and broken into 9 modules lasting between 1 - 1.75 hours. We hope that you will want to take all the modules provided, but you are able to complete and earn CE/CME for each module as you complete them. The following topics are included: 

  • TB & Corrections (Connie Haley, MD; 1 hour) 
  • TB & Unstably Housed (Sapna Morris, MD, MBA and Bobby Watts, MPH, MS; 1.25 hours) 
  • TB & Refugees (Susan Maloney, MD, MHS; Dr. Susan Cookson, MD, MPH, and Allison Hoskins, BSHP; 1.25 hours) 
  • TB & Immigration (Drew Posey, MD, MPH; 1 hour) 
  • TB & Human Trafficking (Michael Lauzardo, MD, MPH; 1.25 hours) 
  • TB & Drug Interactions (Melissa Badowski, PharmD, MPH; 1.75 hours) 
  • TB & HIV (Beth Gadkowski MD, MPH; 1.5 hours) 
  • TB & Diabetes (Richard Brostrom, MD-MSPH; 1.5 hours) 
  • TB & Opioids (Thomas Dobbs, MD, MPH; 1.25 hours) 

Learning Objectives 

As a result of participation in this activity, participants should be able to: 

  • Recognize epidemiologic factors and co-morbidities that increase the risk of TB
  • Identify challenges faced by patients in conjunction with TB
  • Describe strategies and services for effective intervention, management, and treatment in populations at increased risk for TB


Release Date: 10/01/2022 

Expiration Date: 09/30/2025 

Target Audience 

This course series is designed for physicians, nurses, epidemiologists, pharmacists, and others who are interested in a multidisciplinary approach to tuberculosis (TB) care. Participants should have basic knowledge of tuberculosis. Those new to TB are encouraged to review the CDC's Core Curriculum on Tuberculosis: What the Clinician Should Know.



Requirements for Successful Completion 

For the best experience in the course, we recommend that participants have:

  • An updated browser (can include Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge)
  • Reliable internet connection that can support video (please contact your local IT support if you’re unsure)
  • (Recommended) Laptop or desktop (a tablet or smart phone may not have the same functionality)

In order to receive a certificate of CE/CME, participants must 

  • complete all activities in their entirety
  • earn a minimum of 80% in all activities 
  • complete an online evaluation 

The University of Florida College of Medicine will report CME credit to CE Broker when applicable. 

Continuing Education Credits

For more information about continuing education credits, please see the course flyer available at the SNTC website.


For more information, contact SNTC at sntc@medicine.ufl.edu or 888-265-7682. 

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