Lundi, 14 Août 2017 07:45

Mao Jingna

Head Nurse, Heilongjiang Infectious Disease Hospital, Harbin (China)

Ms Mao attended the ICN TB/MDR-TB training in 2014. After the training, she realized that healthcare workers are at high risk of developing TB, and the health for healthcare workers is imperative. In 2014, a total of five medical staff suffered from TB in her hospital. To prevent TB spread to healthcare workers, she developed a TB Prevention and Control Strategy for her hospital and submitted to the hospital executive team in August 2014. The TB Prevention Strategy requires TB healthcare providers to wear N95 respirators and this strategy was approved by her hospital. The successful implementation of the TB Prevention and Control Strategy greatly reduced the incidence of TB infection among medical personnel and there was only one case of TB among the staff in her hospital in 2015.

Lundi, 14 Août 2017 07:42

Liu Lingli

Director of Nursing, No. 4 People’s Hospital, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region (China)

Ms Liu Lingli is a member of the Chinese Nursing Association and a specialist in infectious diseases, and has worked in TB care for 13 years. In 2011, she received training from her colleague who attended the ICN TB/MDR-TB training on how to improve the quality of TB care. In addition, Nie Feifei(Leading Light 2016) from the Beijing Chest Hospital also provided training to staff in Ms Liu’s hospital.   

The No. People's Hospital mainly treats TB patients and is responsible for district-wide TB prevention, control, and management programmes. As the Director of the Nursing Department, Ms. Liu is responsible for the hospital’s TB nursing management and has worked towards strengthening the hospital’s infection prevention and control practices.  

Lundi, 14 Août 2017 07:40

Ntombizotwa Windy Makhozonke

Registered Nurse Midwife Scott Hospital, Morija, Maseru (Lesotho)

Ntombizotwa is passionate about providing the best care to patients and making positive changes to her practice. After the ICN training she trained nurses, medical staff, cleaners, nursing students, drivers, kitchen staff and others. Ms Makhozonke’s main goal was to teach them about the pathophysiology of TB, universal precautions and proper use of personal protective equipment like N95 respirators and surgical masks, because staff members (medical and non- medical) and nursing students did not use N95 respirators appropriately or at all. After her training on infection control, staff now wear N95 respirators appropriately and coughing patients and those with TB are asked to wear surgical masks. As a result, more nurses feel confident to work with TB patients than before.

Lundi, 14 Août 2017 07:28

Yang Fenggqin

Head Nurse Xinjiang Chest Hospital, Urumqi, Xianjiang (China)

Yang Fengqin has worked in tuberculosis clinical care and management for more than 20 years. Since 2010, she has received TB related sessions on infection control from Ms. Meng Guiyun (Leading Light 2014) and other ICN trainers, and has put forward some improvements on infection control in her hospital, especially related to cough hygiene to reduce transmission. 

Lundi, 14 Août 2017 07:21

Jojo Mulenga Moyo

Registered Nurse /TB Focal person, University Teaching Hospital, Lusaka, Zambia

After attending the ICN TB/MDR-TB project training in 2016, Mr Jojo Moyo initiated several trainings and projects in his hospital and elsewhere. He has trained more than 200 nurses and other healthcare workers (lab technicians, pharmacists, radiologists, cleaners, social workers, nutritionists, drivers, community health workers, etc.) about TB, MDR-TB treatment, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, management, and infection prevention and control in his hospital and other clinics. Jojo identified a gap in the practice of sputum collection at his hospital where sputum was being collected in the wards. After the training, he worked with hospital management to have two sputum collection shelters constructed outside. After the shelters were constructed he organized a two-day training programme with his colleagues to train nurses and staff on how to properly assist patients in submitting a quality sputum sample.

Vendredi, 13 Mai 2016 13:50

Two press releases from WHO

Rapid diagnostic test and shorter, cheaper treatment signal new hope for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis patients :
Mercredi, 27 Avril 2016 11:43

Malawi sets ambitious TB target

“For a number of years, Malawi has been implementing the Directly Observed Treatment Short (Dots) course, endorsed by the World Health Organisation (WHO), which is the recommended strategy for TB control.
But Malawi needs to further expand TB interventions as the disease is still a major health concern for the nation and other developing countries because of its apparent link to HIV/Aids, says WHO Global TB Programme director Mario Raviglione.”


Vendredi, 08 Avril 2016 13:02

Yodit Solomon

Nurse, Goro Health Center,

Dire Dawa


Yodit attended the ICN TB/MDR-TB training in 2012.

Vendredi, 08 Avril 2016 13:00

Nie Feifei

Chief Nurse

TB Department, Beijing Chest Hospital (China)

Nie Feifei has been working in the TB field for 20 years. In 2011, she was trained through the ICN training project on TB/MDR-TB.

Vendredi, 08 Avril 2016 12:56

Zhao Jun

Director of Nursing Department,

Wuhan Pulmonary Hospital (China)

Zhao Jun has worked in TB for more than 20 years and has dedicated her career to improving the care of patients with TB and protecting healthcare workers from developing TB. After attending an ICN training workshop in 2014, she shared the knowledge and skills she learned to make improvements in the TB nursing practice and improve the delivery of patient-centered care in her hospital.

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