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3/27/19grand rounds

grand rounds: The Role of the Primary Care Physician in Eliminating Tuberculosis

The Role of the Primary Care Physician in Eliminating Tuberculosis

Originally presented on March 27, 2019

Presented by:

Thomas Herchline, MD-Professor of Medicine, WSU BSOM; Medical Director, Tuberculosis Clinic, Public Health Dayton & Montgomery County; Wright State Infectious Disease, Dayton, Ohio

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 Objectives:

  1. Review the critical role of primary care providers in eliminating tuberculosis (TB).
  2. Define what populations should be screened for TB.
  3. Illustrate an overview of risk-based TB screening methods (PPD vs IGRA.)

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