[video] Find all TB → treat all TB → prevent all TB → End TB | Science-based photo story

[podcast] TB science simplified

TB Science Simplified podcast: Prof Urvashi B Singh explains TB diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Prof Urvashi is in-charge of Tuberculosis Division, and Professor, Department of Microbiology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (AIIMS Delhi) is speaking in End TB Dialogues. She is also the Co-Chair of Diagnostic Committee, National TB Elimination Programme (NTEP, Government of India, and member of Diagnostic Committee, India TB Research Consortium, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and ICMR Task Force on Genital Tuberculosis. Prof Singh is in conversation with CNS Founder, Managing Editor and Executive Director Shobha Shukla.

[podcast] Find all TB → treat all TB → prevent all TB → End TB | Shobha Shukla speaks

Listen to this exclusive podcast on the theme: "Find all TB → treat all TB → prevent all TB → End TB" produced by CNS head Shobha Shukla. This is an exclusive and powerful science- and evidence-backed narrative on why critical building blocks of #EndTB agenda are: #FindAllTB, #TreatAllTB and #PreventAllTB - grounded in people-centred and human-rights-based and gender transformative approaches.

End TB Dialogues Summit | World TB Day

(click here to register) In lead up to 2024 World TB Day, be welcome to join us in our annual End TB Dialogues Summit on 19th March, 2pm IST. The theme is: “Treatment is prevention: Find all TB → treat all TB → prevent all TB → end TB."

Finding all TB, treating all TB and preventing all TB in Bangladesh: Are we on track?

(click here to register) Join us on 19th March, Tuesday, at 10:30am Bangladesh time in a special episode of End TB Dialogues Summit (in lead up to 2024 World TB Day) featuring a range of #EndTB experts from Bangladesh. The theme is: "Find all TB → treat all TB → prevent all TB → end TB".

It is not natural disasters but manmade barriers that block access to TB care

It is not natural disasters (like hurricanes or storms) which block access to TB care services most times, but manmade barriers that fuel injustices, inequities, greed, and risk factors that put people at risk of TB disease and death.

[podcast] Science has gifted us tools to find, treat and prevent TB but are we using them?

This podcast features Professor (Dr) Rajendra Prasad, who was conferred upon the coveted Dr BC Roy National Award by the President of India; and has been the President of all important respiratory medicine professional associations such as National College of Chest Physicians, Indian Chest Society, or Indian College of Allergy, Asthma and Applied Immunology. Earlier he has been the Director of Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Institute in Delhi and UP Rural Institute of Medical Sciences in Safai; former Head of the Respiratory Medicine Department of prestigious King George's Medical University (KGMU); and leads National TB Task Force for TB Elimination. He is also part of the leadership of TB Association of India, and continues to play a seminal role in shaping India's response to end TB. He spoke with CNS on sidelines of 78th National Conference of Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases (NATCON) in Thrissur, Kerala, India.

May you be the woman you want to be in a man's world

[हिन्दी] "A judge's son is a lawyer, and this lawyer's father is an inspector. Then who is the judge?" 

When this question was asked in a training workshop, many participants floundered on the answer. Deep-rooted gender biases and harmful gender stereotypes and narratives, often affect the gendered way we think. Perhaps that is why it is not so obvious to many that a woman can also be a judge as well as a mother!

[video] End TB-related stigma in healthcare settings

We cannot leave the older people behind if we are to end TB

One in four persons globally who had developed active TB disease in 2022 was over 55 years of age as per the latest WHO Global TB Report 2023 - around 2.7 million people. But over a million of these older people were missed by TB services (or not notified to the national TB programmes if they ever received any kind of care or not).

[podcast] With determination and persistence we can transform #EndTB dreams into reality

This podcast features Dr Kuldeep Singh Sachdeva who is speaking in CNS INSPIRE series, which features those who have done commendable work in helping shape responses to improve public health and gender equity. Dr Sachdeva has earlier led India's TB and AIDS programmes, has been the former Southeast Asia Regional Director of International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union), and currently leads Molbio Diagnostics as President - Chief Medical Officer. He is in conversation with CNS founder Executive Director and Managing Editor Shobha Shukla, who is a noted feminist and development justice leader.

[video] Persistence and determination play vital role in transforming our #EndTB dreams into reality | CNS Inspire series

[video] To end TB we must address TB risk factors, says Dr Sajeevan KM

[video] Compassion and use of best of tools to test, treat and prevent TB is vital

[video] Do not leave the children behind: Find all TB, treat all TB and stop the spread