TB Protection Course for Healthcare Employees: Ensuring Your Safety

Empower yourself with essential TB protection knowledge and skills for a safer workplace with TB Protection Course for Healthcare Employees.

The Joint Commission

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What is Tb Protection for Healthcare employees

TB protection courses for healthcare employees covers the basic information about tuberculosis, various tuberculosis hazards, how to recognize them, possible solutions, and control measures against TB infection.

First, we’ll take a quick glance at tuberculosis, its history in the United States, and how tuberculosis is transmitted. As you go through the course, you’ll learn about different TB risk factors. This includes conditions that increase the risk of latent TB progressing to TB disease. You’ll learn about TB symptoms, TB diagnosis, and TB treatment. The TB protection courses for healthcare employees covers the isolation procedure of suspected cases.  

You’ll also learn about common TB infection control measures, such as, administrative and environmental controls and personal respiratory protection.

By the time you complete this training, you’ll gain a better understanding of the occupational hazards of tuberculosis infection, how to protect against the hazards, and how to control TB transmission at your healthcare facility.

Course Description

CategoryThe Joint Commission
Course NameTb Protection For Healthcare Employees
Duration30 mins
Certificate IncludedYes
Languages English
Course TypeInteractive online training
FormatLM-light, SCORM 1.2
Supported DevicesDesktop/Laptop, Tablet, Phone
Last UpdatedJune 30, 2021

What you’ll learn

  • Importance of TB Awareness: Key for prevention and informed healthcare decisions
  • TB Transmission: Understanding the spread for preventive measures
  • TB Infection vs. Disease: Differentiating characteristics for early action
  • TB Symptoms: Recognizing signs for prompt response
  • TB Diagnosis: Methods for accurate identification
  • TB Treatment: Information on available treatments
  • Infection Control Measures: Understanding and implementing preventive actions


  1. Objective of the TB protection online training program
  2. What is the history of tuberculosis?
  3. How is TB transmitted
  4. TB Risk factors
  5. TB symptoms
  6. Symptoms of TB in the lungs
  7. TB diagnosis
  8. What is Latent TB?
  9. Treatment of tuberculosis
  10. Isolation for TB
  11. TB infection control measures – 1
  12. TB infection control – Administrative controls 
  13. TB infection control – Environmental controls
  14. Personal respiratory protection
  15. TB infection control measures – 2

Who Should Attend?

  • Healthcare Professionals
  • Support Staff
  • Emergency Responders
  • Public Health Workers
  • Students in Healthcare Programs
  • Anyone in Healthcare Facilities

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  • Each course is 20-40 min long to ensure engagement with quizzes and certificate
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Healthcare workers can protect themselves from contracting TB by using personal protective equipment, practicing proper respiratory hygiene, ensuring proper ventilation in healthcare settings, and following infection control protocols rigorously.

Healthcare workers face a risk of contracting TB due to exposure to infected patients. This risk is mitigated through proper infection control measures, including the use of protective equipment and adherence to safety protocols.

Yes, healthcare workers are at risk for TB due to their close contact with infected patients. Implementing strict infection control measures, using protective gear, and ensuring proper ventilation help mitigate this risk.

The prevalence of TB in healthcare workers varies but is generally higher than in the general population due to occupational exposure. Adherence to preventive measures and early detection are crucial for minimizing infection rates.