A national strategic plan for tuberculosis (TB) is a key document that guides national authorities and stakeholders in comprehensively addressing the TB epidemic through interventions both within and beyond the health sector.
This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to take part in national strategic planning for TB. The course explains the rationale for developing a national strategic plan for TB, and highlights key global developments that have informed the approaches to developing a national strategic plan.
The course describes the process for developing a national strategic plan for TB and explains the 6 phases of development. It will also walk you through the proposed structure of a national strategic plan for TB.
Overview: This e-learning course has been developed by WHO. It is a comprehensive, self-paced, online course that is aligned with WHO’s Guidance for national strategic planning for tuberculosis.
Course duration: 1.5 hours
Certificate: Participants with a score of 80% or more on the final assessment can download a Certificate of Achievement. Participants who receive a Certificate of Achievement can also download an Open Badge for this course. Click here to learn how.
Course version: This is “Version 1.0” of this online course. At the end of the course, you will have the opportunity to share your feedback in a course evaluation survey. Please take the time to share your experience and opinions. Your feedback will be used to refine and update the course to produce a “Version 2.0”.
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