Re-imagining TB care with people-centered design
This toolkit is designed for country stakeholders and partners interested in applying a creative, inclusive, and systematic approach to introducing TB innovations to transform when, where, and how TB services are accessed and delivered.
Version 1.0 – November 2023
“Many patients with TB symptoms arrive at our facility in a weakened state already, meaning that treatment is often initiated too late for them and they succumb to the disease.”
— Healthcare worker in Viet Nam
Get into a people-centered mindset
Learn more about the Re-Imagine TB Care initiative and its iterative, country-driven process to introduce localized, integrated, and people-centered products and services.
Understand various user groups’ needs
Leverage tools and resources to help plan and facilitate interviews and focus-group discussions to more deeply understand the needs, wants, hopes, and dreams of those affected by TB and the many stakeholders involved in TB care.
Identify, prioritize and select TB innovations
You will find here resources on facilitating a creative, inclusive, and systematic PCD process to identify opportunity areas for prioritizing and selecting TB innovations. Access a list of 300+ innovations that have the potential to transform TB care.
“The terrible coughing of a TB patient is frightening. My brother used to cough excessively at night, which made me very scared and concerned. I even started considering the possibility of HIV. To make matters worse, he used to spit frequently and anywhere.”
— Sister of a TB affected person in Uganda
Collaborate with and learn from other country stakeholders and partners
Learn how the Walimu team in Uganda engaged 80+ stakeholders, from TB affected people to National TB Program representatives, to identify, prioritize, and select TB innovations to tackle challenges related to stigma and community awareness.
Learn how the FIT team in Viet Nam engaged 80+ stakeholders, from TB affected people to National TB Program representatives, to identify, prioritize, and select TB innovations to tackle key challenges related to active case finding to financial protection across the TB care cascade.