International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union)

International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) The Union is a global scientific organisation with the mission to improve health among people living in poverty. Find out more here: theunion.org/get-involved/join
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About The Union
The mission of the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) is to bring innovation, expertise, solutions and support to address health challenges in low- and middle-income populations. With nearly 15,000 members and subscribers from 150 countries, The Union has its headquarters in Paris and offices serving the Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America

About The Union
The mission of the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) is to bring innovation, expertise, solutions and support to address health challenges in low- and middle-income populations. With nearly 15,000 members and subscribers from 150 countries, The Union has its headquarters in Paris and offices serving the Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America

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Yesterday, The Union joined the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Tuberculosis (#TB) community to call for urgent ...
17/06/2021

Yesterday, The Union joined the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Tuberculosis (#TB) community to call for urgent actions to be taken by governments and donors to step up the momentum to rapidly enhance coverage of TB preventive treatment for those in need.

WHO organised a special high-level event to discuss key actions needed at a global and country level to scale up TB prevention strategies and drive progress towards achieving the 2018 UN High Level Meeting target on TB preventive treatment. The target called for at least 30 million people most at risk of falling ill from TB receiving preventive therapy by 2022. Only 6.3 million of that 30 million had been reached by 2019.

Dr Bharati Kalottee, TB survivor and Project Director of Axshya Plus at The Union, gave a powerful opening speeches. President and Interim Executive Director, Professor Guy Marks also declared The Union’s commitment to the call to action.

Read about Call To Action 2.0: https://theunion.org/news/tb-community-joins-forces-for-urgent-preventive-action #EndTB

Join Campaign for To***co-Free Kids on June 24th for a discussion about their global work to reduce to***co use in low- ...
16/06/2021

Join Campaign for To***co-Free Kids on June 24th for a discussion about their global work to reduce to***co use in low- and middle-income countries: Taking on #TheToughestFightsGlobally, #TFK25

RSVP today at ow.ly/EilP50FbLS5

Join Campaign for To***co-Free Kids on June 24th for a discussion about their global work to reduce to***co use in low- and middle-income countries: Taking on #TheToughestFightsGlobally, #TFK25

RSVP today at ow.ly/EilP50FbLS5

The World Health Organization (WHO) Global Tuberculosis Programme has announced updates to the current treatment regimen...
15/06/2021

The World Health Organization (WHO) Global Tuberculosis Programme has announced updates to the current treatment regimen for people with TB.

A review of evidence by WHO has shown similar performance of a shorter treatment regimen compared to the current standard regimen, both in terms of efficacy and safety.

The 4-month regimen, which is shorter, effective and all-oral, would be a preference for many patients and also national TB programmes, allowing faster cure and easing the burden on both patients and the healthcare system. Shortened treatment has the potential to improve adherence and reduce patient and health system costs.

Read more: https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/9789240028678 #EndTB #TBresearch

The latest issue of PHA is live – all content is Open Access and includes: active case finding for TB during COVID-19; a...
15/06/2021

The latest issue of PHA is live – all content is Open Access and includes: active case finding for TB during COVID-19; awareness of HIV services; cholera and nutrition; and climate change and TB. All articles are free to read here: http://ow.ly/duk250FaC7j

The latest issue of PHA is live – all content is Open Access and includes: active case finding for TB during COVID-19; awareness of HIV services; cholera and nutrition; and climate change and TB. All articles are free to read here: http://ow.ly/duk250FaC7j

The first 'Basic occupational safety and health for respiratory diseases: a desk guide for health facilities' was develo...
14/06/2021

The first 'Basic occupational safety and health for respiratory diseases: a desk guide for health facilities' was developed with support from a review committee made up of Union members.

This desk guide outlines a comprehensive approach to respiratory health, which health facilities can adapt and implement in resource-limited settings.

Interested in supporting future technical publications? Why not join The Union as a member today?

Read more about the guide on our website: http://ow.ly/F7So50F5sDy

The first 'Basic occupational safety and health for respiratory diseases: a desk guide for health facilities' was developed with support from a review committee made up of Union members.

This desk guide outlines a comprehensive approach to respiratory health, which health facilities can adapt and implement in resource-limited settings.

Interested in supporting future technical publications? Why not join The Union as a member today?

Read more about the guide on our website: http://ow.ly/F7So50F5sDy

Member alert: Just three days left to submit your application for the South East Asia Region Election.All positions are ...
09/06/2021

Member alert: Just three days left to submit your application for the South East Asia Region Election.

All positions are open to new candidates this includes: President, Vice-President, Secretary General and Treasurer.

You will play a vital part in shaping the future of lung health, working with others to end TB and supporting The Union’s mission to achieve a Healthier world for all.

In addition, you will have the opportunity to join forces with peers and experts, forming connections to collaborate on projects and activities that impact policy and influence change. At the same time as raising your profile and demonstrating leadership within the field.

Apply now: http://ow.ly/Kt3S50F6gN5. You need to be a member to apply. For more information contact [email protected].

#StandInUnion #EndTB #Tuberculosis #LungHealth

Member alert: Just three days left to submit your application for the South East Asia Region Election.

All positions are open to new candidates this includes: President, Vice-President, Secretary General and Treasurer.

You will play a vital part in shaping the future of lung health, working with others to end TB and supporting The Union’s mission to achieve a Healthier world for all.

In addition, you will have the opportunity to join forces with peers and experts, forming connections to collaborate on projects and activities that impact policy and influence change. At the same time as raising your profile and demonstrating leadership within the field.

Apply now: http://ow.ly/Kt3S50F6gN5. You need to be a member to apply. For more information contact [email protected].

#StandInUnion #EndTB #Tuberculosis #LungHealth

The first edition of 'Basic occupational safety and health for respiratory diseases: a desk guide for health facilities'...
08/06/2021

The first edition of 'Basic occupational safety and health for respiratory diseases: a desk guide for health facilities' has been published. The guide was made possible with support from CDC and a review committee consisting of Union members.

This desk guide outlines a comprehensive approach to respiratory health, which health facilities can adapt and implement in resource-limited settings.

Read more: ow.ly/g8G150F4mel

The first edition of 'Basic occupational safety and health for respiratory diseases: a desk guide for health facilities' has been published. The guide was made possible with support from CDC and a review committee consisting of Union members.

This desk guide outlines a comprehensive approach to respiratory health, which health facilities can adapt and implement in resource-limited settings.

Read more: ow.ly/g8G150F4mel

The June issue of IJTLD is live with articles on the impact of COVID-19 on TB, childhood TB, shorter MDR-TB treatments, ...
04/06/2021

The June issue of IJTLD is live with articles on the impact of COVID-19 on TB, childhood TB, shorter MDR-TB treatments, TB and HIV, TB in prisons and post-TB lung health – see https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/iuatld/ijtld/2021/00000025/00000006

The June issue of IJTLD is live with articles on the impact of COVID-19 on TB, childhood TB, shorter MDR-TB treatments, TB and HIV, TB in prisons and post-TB lung health – see https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/iuatld/ijtld/2021/00000025/00000006

The first edition of 'Basic occupational safety and health for respiratory diseases: a desk guide for health facilities'...
04/06/2021

The first edition of 'Basic occupational safety and health for respiratory diseases: a desk guide for health facilities' has now been published.

The guide outlines a comprehensive approach to respiratory health, which health facilities can adapt and implement in resource-limited settings.

Read the guide on The Union website: http://ow.ly/poIZ50F2Ou4

The first edition of 'Basic occupational safety and health for respiratory diseases: a desk guide for health facilities' has now been published.

The guide outlines a comprehensive approach to respiratory health, which health facilities can adapt and implement in resource-limited settings.

Read the guide on The Union website: http://ow.ly/poIZ50F2Ou4

It's the last day to apply to stand for election in the Africa, Europe and Middle East Regions! Your Union needs you!T&C...
04/06/2021

It's the last day to apply to stand for election in the Africa, Europe and Middle East Regions! Your Union needs you!

T&Cs apply. You must be an active Union Member and part of the Region.

More information, visit ow.ly/K7iY50EU1Pc or email [email protected]

It's the last day to apply to stand for election in the Africa, Europe and Middle East Regions! Your Union needs you!

T&Cs apply. You must be an active Union Member and part of the Region.

More information, visit ow.ly/K7iY50EU1Pc or email [email protected]

01/06/2021

Miss the first session of our 'Tuberculosis Elimination – Why Not Now?' webinar series titled ‘Is #TB Elimination Possible?’, in partnership with the American Thoracic Society? Watch it again here: https://bit.ly/3fXGgdj.

Rhea Lobo (Bolo Didi and The Union) and Courtney Yuen, PhD (Harvard Medical School) chaired the session. The session speakers included Paula Fujiwara, MD (The Union) on "How Have low-incidence Countries Got to Where They Are Now?" and many others.

The series was developed to discuss if the goals outlined in the World Health Organization (WHO) End TB Strategy and subsequent commitments made at the United Nations High Level meeting on TB in September 2018 to eliminate TB are, in fact, possible.

Prior to the #COVID19 pandemic, the TB response was falling behind the timeline but in the last year the impact of the COVID-19 has set back the fight against TB by over a decade, to 2008 levels.

Look out for more sessions coming soon! #EndTB #Tuberculosis

This #WorldNoTo***coDay, explore The Union’s To***co Control Implementation Hub to find practical tools and guidance on ...
31/05/2021
TAPS Policy Implementation | The Union

This #WorldNoTo***coDay, explore The Union’s To***co Control Implementation Hub to find practical tools and guidance on effectively implementing to***co advertising, promotion, and sponsorship (TAPS) policies, to support those trying to quit to***co. Pack displays and to***co advertising create obstacles for quitting to***co, tempt existing users to purchase to***co products, use to***co and increase consumption. https://theunion.org/implementation-hub/policy-areas/taps-policy-implementation @WHO #WNTD #CommitToQuit #UnionTC

Each year, the to***co industry spends billions to market its to***co products, attract customers...

Only 30 minutes until our #WorldNoTo***coDay TweetChat begins. To get involved, simply visit our Twitter account (TheUni...
31/05/2021

Only 30 minutes until our #WorldNoTo***coDay TweetChat begins. To get involved, simply visit our Twitter account (TheUnion_TBLH) and use the hashtag - #UnionTC. #WNTD2021

It is #WorldNoTo***coDay! To mark the day The Union is hosting a #UnionTC TweetChat at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7.30pm IST.

Dr Omara Dogar and Dr Sonu Goel will lead discussions about smoking cessation prioritisation and to***co endgame.

Get involved by visiting our Twitter account (TheUnion_TBLH) and using #UnionTC. #WNTD2021

#to***cocontrol #to***coendgame #smokingcessation

It is #WorldNoTo***coDay! To mark the day The Union is hosting a #UnionTC TweetChat at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7...
31/05/2021

It is #WorldNoTo***coDay! To mark the day The Union is hosting a #UnionTC TweetChat at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7.30pm IST.

Dr Omara Dogar and Dr Sonu Goel will lead discussions about smoking cessation prioritisation and to***co endgame.

Get involved by visiting our Twitter account (TheUnion_TBLH) and using #UnionTC. #WNTD2021

#to***cocontrol #to***coendgame #smokingcessation

It is #WorldNoTo***coDay! To mark the day The Union is hosting a #UnionTC TweetChat at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7.30pm IST.

Dr Omara Dogar and Dr Sonu Goel will lead discussions about smoking cessation prioritisation and to***co endgame.

Get involved by visiting our Twitter account (TheUnion_TBLH) and using #UnionTC. #WNTD2021

#to***cocontrol #to***coendgame #smokingcessation

Join us tomorrow for our #WorldNoTo***coDay TweetChat! Dr Omara Dogar and Dr Sonu Goel will lead discussions about smoki...
30/05/2021

Join us tomorrow for our #WorldNoTo***coDay TweetChat! Dr Omara Dogar and Dr Sonu Goel will lead discussions about smoking cessation prioritisation and #to***coendgame. Visit our Twitter account (TheUnion_TBLH) and follow #UnionTC at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7.30pm IST! #WNTD2021

Join us tomorrow for our #WorldNoTo***coDay TweetChat! Dr Omara Dogar and Dr Sonu Goel will lead discussions about smoking cessation prioritisation and #to***coendgame. Visit our Twitter account (TheUnion_TBLH) and follow #UnionTC at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7.30pm IST! #WNTD2021

To mark #WorldNoTo***coDay, we are hosting a to***co control TweetChat on Monday 31 May, at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.3...
29/05/2021

To mark #WorldNoTo***coDay, we are hosting a to***co control TweetChat on Monday 31 May, at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7.30pm IST. To join in visit our Twitter account (@TheUnion_TBLH) and use #UnionTC.

Dr Omara Dogar will lead the smoking cessation prioritisation discussion. Omara is the Chair of The Union’s Member To***co Control Section and Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Global/Public Health at the University Of York, UK.

Get involved and share your thoughts! #WNTD2021

To mark #WorldNoTo***coDay, we are hosting a to***co control TweetChat on Monday 31 May, at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7.30pm IST. To join in visit our Twitter account (@TheUnion_TBLH) and use #UnionTC.

Dr Omara Dogar will lead the smoking cessation prioritisation discussion. Omara is the Chair of The Union’s Member To***co Control Section and Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Global/Public Health at the University Of York, UK.

Get involved and share your thoughts! #WNTD2021

Get involved and share your thoughts during our #WorldNoTo***coDay TweetChat on Monday 31 May at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CES...
29/05/2021

Get involved and share your thoughts during our #WorldNoTo***coDay TweetChat on Monday 31 May at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7.30pm IST! To join in visit our Twitter account (@TheUnion_TBLH) and use #UnionTC.

Dr Sonu Goel will lead the to***co endgame discussion. Sonu is Vice-Chair of The Union’s Member To***co Control Section and Professor of Public Health in Chandigarh, India.
#WNTD2021

Get involved and share your thoughts during our #WorldNoTo***coDay TweetChat on Monday 31 May at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7.30pm IST! To join in visit our Twitter account (@TheUnion_TBLH) and use #UnionTC.

Dr Sonu Goel will lead the to***co endgame discussion. Sonu is Vice-Chair of The Union’s Member To***co Control Section and Professor of Public Health in Chandigarh, India.
#WNTD2021

Join our #WorldNoTo***coDay TweetChat on Monday 31 May at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7.30pm IST #UnionTC will be an...
28/05/2021

Join our #WorldNoTo***coDay TweetChat on Monday 31 May at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7.30pm IST

#UnionTC will be an opportunity to discuss the topics of smoking cessation prioritisation and to***co endgame. These discussions will be led by:
• Dr Omara Dogar, Chair of The Union’s Member To***co Control Section and Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Global/Public Health at the University of York, UK.
• Dr Sonu Goel, Vice-Chair of The Union’s Member To***co Control Section and Professor of Public Health in Chandigarh, India

To get involved and share your views, simply visit The Union’s Twitter account (@TheUnion_TBLH) and following #UnionTC during the TweetChat.

Expose To***co WHO FCTC Campaign for To***co-Free Kids ATCA - African To***co Control Alliance Institute for Global To***co Control Global Center for Good Governance in To***co Control GGTC

Join our #WorldNoTo***coDay TweetChat on Monday 31 May at 2pm-3pm GMT/3pm-4pm CEST/6.30pm-7.30pm IST

#UnionTC will be an opportunity to discuss the topics of smoking cessation prioritisation and to***co endgame. These discussions will be led by:
• Dr Omara Dogar, Chair of The Union’s Member To***co Control Section and Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Global/Public Health at the University of York, UK.
• Dr Sonu Goel, Vice-Chair of The Union’s Member To***co Control Section and Professor of Public Health in Chandigarh, India

To get involved and share your views, simply visit The Union’s Twitter account (@TheUnion_TBLH) and following #UnionTC during the TweetChat.

Expose To***co WHO FCTC Campaign for To***co-Free Kids ATCA - African To***co Control Alliance Institute for Global To***co Control Global Center for Good Governance in To***co Control GGTC

Union Member Alert: The Call for Candidates for the Union's Africa, Europe and Middle East Regions is now open.Apply for...
28/05/2021

Union Member Alert: The Call for Candidates for the Union's Africa, Europe and Middle East Regions is now open.

Apply for to become a Regional Vice President, Secretary General or Treasurer. Terms and conditions apply.

More information: http://ow.ly/6vWg50EU5rb #StandInUnion

Union Member Alert: The Call for Candidates for the Union's Africa, Europe and Middle East Regions is now open.

Apply for to become a Regional Vice President, Secretary General or Treasurer. Terms and conditions apply.

More information: http://ow.ly/6vWg50EU5rb #StandInUnion

We are now accepting applications for candidates for the roles of  Regional President, Vice President, Secretary General...
27/05/2021

We are now accepting applications for candidates for the roles of Regional President, Vice President, Secretary General or Treasurer in The Union's Middle East Region. Apply today and #StandInUnion.

The closing date for applications is Friday 4 June.

T&Cs apply. You must be an active Union Member and be part of the Region. Find out more: http://ow.ly/b2qa50EU4Er

We are now accepting applications for candidates for the roles of Regional President, Vice President, Secretary General or Treasurer in The Union's Middle East Region. Apply today and #StandInUnion.

The closing date for applications is Friday 4 June.

T&Cs apply. You must be an active Union Member and be part of the Region. Find out more: http://ow.ly/b2qa50EU4Er

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Contact details for The Union's 12 offices serving the Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, North America and South-East Asia are available at www.theunion.org

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The mission of the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) is to bring innovation, expertise, solutions and support to address health challenges in low- and middle-income populations. With members in more than 140 countries, The Union has its headquarters in Paris and offices serving the Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, North America and South-East Asia regions. Its scientific departments focus on tuberculosis and HIV, lung health and non-communicable diseases, tobacco control and research. Learn more at www.theunion.org

Related websites: 51st Union World Conference on Lung Health: www.worldlunghealth.org TREAT TB: www.treattb.org Tobacco Control: www.tobaccofreeunion.org

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What about patients with tuberculosis on anti TB treatment, (if they get infected with COVID-19) ?? Is there any guideline or recommendation for treatment?