TB Program Managers' Workshop by rll15525


									                                          TB Program Managers’ Workshop
                                                                 SEPTEMBER 9 – 11, 2008
                                                                    8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
                                                                  NEWARK, NEW JERSEY

          FACULTY                                                       Presented by
NJMS Global TB Institute
                                          New Jersey Medical School Global Tuberculosis Institute
Nisha Ahamed, MPH, CHES
Program Director, Education &                                   This program is an activity of the

Alfred Lardizabal. MD
Associate Professor

Eileen Napolitano                     COURSE DESCRIPTION
Deputy Director
                                      This is an interactive workshop designed to enhance the managerial skills of
Amy Piatek, MS                        new and seasoned TB managers and supervisors.
Training & Consultation Specialist

Lillian Pirog, RN, PNP                TARGET AUDIENCE 
Nurse Manager
                                      Entry level and mid­level managers and experienced supervisors in TB control 
Lee B. Reichman, MD, MPH              programs. 
Executive Director

Mark Wolman, MA, MPH                  OBJECTIVES
Program Manager, TB Control           ·    Apply TB surveillance data to program management and evaluation
UMDNJ‐New Jersey Medical              ·    Understand laboratory techniques for the diagnosis of TB
School                                ·    Discuss recommended anti‐TB therapy and how it applies to the management of
Marian Passannante, PhD                    TB cases, suspects, and high‐risk individuals
Associate Professor
                                      ·    Apply principles of TB transmission to facility management and supervision of
Michelle Burday, Ph.D (D)ABMM              contact investigations
Director of Clinical Microbiology     ·    Define cultural competency in the context of TB programs
                                      ·    Evaluate aspects of a TB program in order to improve quality and outcomes
Kevin Fennelly, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor & Interim         ·    Develop TB programs through training and community collaborations
Department of Pulmonary
Medicine                              COURSE REQUIREMENTS
                                      Enrollment is limited to supervisors and managers in TB control. Participants
NJ Department of Health &
Senior Services                       must be familiar with the basic of tuberculosis, as outlined in the CDC Self‐
Karen Galanowsky, RN, MPH             Study Modules on Tuberculosis prior to attendance at this course.
Nurse Consultant
                                      REGISTRATION PROCESS
Tom Privett                           Please complete the attached application, and return it to:
Program Manager, TB Control
                                         NJMS Global Tuberculosis Institute
Centers for Disease Control and          PO Box 1709
Prevention                               225 Warren Street
Dan Dohony, MPH
Public Health Advisor                    Newark, NJ 07079‐1709
                                         Attention: Valerie Gunn
Claire Moodie, MPH
Public Health Prevention Specialist
Charles P. Felton National
Tuberculosis Center                   $75.00 fee is required prior to the start of the course.
Bill Bower, MPH
Director of Education and Training

Julie Franks, PhD
Director of Education and Training
          COMMITTEE                         For your convenience, we have reserved a block of rooms at the
NJMS Global Tuberculosis                    Hampton Inn & Suites – Newark Riverwalk. Room rate and Group code
Nisha Ahamed, MPH, CHES 
                                            will be posted soon. The UMDNJ discount room rate will apply.
Program Director, Education and Training    Directions will be provided in the confirmation letter.
Rajita Bhavaraju, MPH, CHES 
Training & Consultation Specialist          TRAINING LOCATION
Valerie L. Gunn                             New Jersey Medical School Global Tuberculosis Institute
Health Educator 
                                            225 Warren Street
DJ McCabe, RN, MSN                          First Floor, West Wing
Trainer & Consultant, Clinical Programs 
                                            Newark, NJ 07103
Lillian Pirog, RN 
Nurse Manager, Lattimore Practice           CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

                                            The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey‐ Center for Continuing
                                            and Outreach Education is an approved provider of continuing nursing
                                            education by NJSNA, an accredited approver by the American Nurses
                                            Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

                                            This activity is awarded 20.25 contact hours. (60 minute CH)
                                            Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider
                                            Number CEP 13780.

                                            The UMDNJ‐Center for Continuing and Outreach Education certifies that this
                                            continuing education activity meets the criteria for Continuing Education
                                            Units (CEUs), as defined by the National Task Force on the Continuing
                                            Education Unit. One CEU is awarded for 10 contact hours. This activity is
                                            award 2.025 CEUs.

                                            UMDNJ–Center for Continuing and Outreach Education (CCOE) is accredited by
                                            the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide
                                            continuing education for physicians.

                                            UMDNJ–CCOE designates this educational activity for a maximum of 20.25 AMA
                                            PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate
                                            with the extent of their participation in the activity.

                                            For more information, please contact Valerie Gunn at (973) 972‐
                                            9103 or email at gunnvl@umdnj.edu

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