FREE Compass HQIC and Partners Webinar Series: Train the Trainer: Recognizing Risk Using Reservoirs
Project Firstline, the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) national training collaborative for infection control, is a comprehensive infection control program designed to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases in United States healthcare settings. Project Firstline aims to provide foundational and practical knowledge directly to frontline healthcare personnel and the public health workforce engaged in the prevention of healthcare-associated infections. Project Firstline emphasizes the “why” behind infection control actions so that no matter the level of a participant’s varied experiences, backgrounds, and work environments, they have the skills and knowledge to make informed decisions to keep themselves, their coworkers and their patients safe. Throughout this series, you will learn how to use CDC Project Firstline materials to facilitate a training at your hospital. Your team will learn to recognize infection risks throughout their workday, where germs live and how they spread.
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*NOTE: 1.0 Nursing contact hours will be awarded for each session