Prevention and Control of TB in Health Care and Other Congregate Settings
Regulations for TB Control in Minnesota Health Care Settings
Includes nursing homes, home care providers, assisted living facilities, supervised living facilities, boarding care facilities, clinics, hospitals, and others.
Prevention and Control of TB in Correctional Facilities
Minnesota statutes and CDC recommendations for TB in prisons and jails.
Practical Solutions for TB Infection Control: Infectiousness and Isolation
60-minute webinar from the Curry International TB Center.
Adult Day Center Participant Tuberculosis (TB) Risk Assessment (PDF)
Tool to assess Adult Day Center participants' risk for TB infection at the time of enrollment and annually thereafter to assist with DHS licensing compliance with MN Administrative Rule 4605.7000 to 4605.7090
Adult Day Center Participant Tuberculosis (TB) Risk Assessment FAQs
- Think TB (PDF 8.5" x 11" poster)
This poster reminds employess to refer clients with symptoms lasting more than 2-3 weeks to a medical provider immediately. Clients with infectious TB disease should not be in group settings.