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Tuberculosis Prevention Guide for Homeless Service Providers
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This comprehensive guide has been revised and updated to include the latest TB information for providers of services to the homeless population. The guide is especially useful for directors, administrators, disease control managers and front-line staff of homeless shelters, clinics, mental health facilities, drug treatment programs and governmental agencies. An easy-to-implement curriculum allows homeless providers to incorporate basic disease prevention practices into their daily work with clients. Administrators will benefit from sample agency policies and model TB programs that can be easily adapted to meet the particular needs of different agencies, organizations and communities. (HHCLA)
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2008
Los Angeles, CA
213-744-0724
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