CDC’s Project Firstline New Resources

Project Firstline, led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), launched a new toolkit yesterday entitled Risk Recognition and Infection Control in Healthcare. As with other Project Firstline resources, the new toolkit aims to increase infection control knowledge and understanding among frontline staff.

The toolkit includes resources for six learning sessions: videos, slide decks, participation booklets, and a facilitator guide. There are also session feedback forms, self-assessments, posters, infographics, two interactive activities, and social media templates that you can use to promote the training among staff. Resources are aimed at all frontline staff, not just those providing clinical care, and can be used with different training formats, including annual in-servicing, stand-up meetings, and on-the-spot training.

Check out the toolkit and resources here.

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