Our learning community includes those in clinical and non-clinical roles who benefit from reinforced knowledge of infection prevention and control principles and protocols.
The PFL RI Team collaborates with state and national subject matter experts to design, develop, and deliver infection prevention training and resources. The materials are focused to meet the diverse learning needs of Rhode Island healthcare workers.
The following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH), and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cover current infection prevention and control (IPC) recommendations and protocols to help keep you, your patients, your families, and our communities safe and healthy.
Project Firstline’s videos help you learn about infection control, how they help prevent COVID-19, and how you can take infection control measures in the workplace to protect yourself, your patients, your families, and our community.
Our courses are adaptable to your schedule and continuously updated. You can earn Continuing Education (CE) credits and/or Certificates of Training.
Help others learn more about recognizing infection control risks and where germs live in healthcare using our downloadable social media content. Be sure to tag Project Firstline in your posts (@RI_Firstline on Twitter and @ProjectFirstlineRI on Facebook #WeAreFirstline #WeAreFirstlineRI).
We welcome your questions about Project Firstline!