TB Community Engagement Network

Health Disparities
Training & Technical Assistance

The Tuberculosis (TB) Community Engagement Network works closely with state and local TB control programs, focusing on outreach to AA and NHPI communities with the highest TB burden. The TB Community Engagement Network will build upon health care provider capacity and support at-risk communities of TB. The initiative will bring together community-based organizations across the United States to increase knowledge, testing, and treatment of TB and latent TB infection (LTBI) among high-risk communities.

CONTACT
Joe Lee, Training and Technical Assistance Director
Evelyn Moua, Program Manager of Tuberculosis Elimination
tb-cen@aapcho.org 

NETWORK STEERING COMMITTEE PARTNERS

FUNDING PARTNER
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

GOAL
The goals of the TB Community Engagement Network are to:

  • Conduct outreach to underserved AA and NHPI communities with the highest TB burden
  • Increase awareness and understanding of culturally and linguistically appropriate LTBI/TB testing and treatment strategies
  • Share resources and best practices among providers
  • Develop partnerships to scale existing initiatives

*The Tuberculosis Community Engagement Network (TB CEN) is an initiative led by the Asian Pacific Islander American Health Forum, Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations, the Hepatitis B Foundation, and Stop TB USA. This initiative is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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2020 TB Summit

Wednesday, November 18 – Thursday, November 19
9:00am-10:00am HST / 12:00-2:00pm PST / 3:00-5:00pm EST

This year’s Summit is by invitation only

Join us for our inaugural two-day virtual summit! The theme of this year’s Summit is “Eliminating TB Together”. We look forward to bringing together community clinics and health centers, community-based organizations, community groups, health departments, and academic institutions to showcase innovative projects, strategies and initiatives, collaboration efforts, and best practices. This summit will be entirely virtual where you can look forward to workshop and poster presentations by leading TB experts, networking lounges, and a panel discussion with federal and regional partners. Workshop presentations will be focused on the following topic areas related to TB and LTBI:

  • Community Engagement
  • Provider Education (CME/CE credit available)
  • Quality Improvement (CME/CE credit available)
  • Social & Structural Determinants of Health

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