Project Firstline Rhode Island (PFL RI) provides infection prevention and control (IPC) training and resources for healthcare workers from a wide range of education and training backgrounds.
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Project Firstline’s innovative content is designed so that — regardless of a healthcare worker’s previous training or educational background — they can understand and confidently apply the infection prevention and control principles and protocols necessary to protect themselves, their patients, their families, and community.
Watch the fourth webinar of CDC's 5-part series. CDC experts and partners discuss how to measure sepsis epidemiology, outcomes, program goals, and the impact of sepsis initiatives. Discover ways to provide partners with actionable information about sepsis treatment and outcomes.
Watch CDC's third webinar to gain valuable insights from CDC subject matter experts and partners about how to implement effective structures and processes to improve sepsis identification, management, and recovery.
Watch the first webinar of our 5-part series. CDC experts discuss the new Hospital Sepsis Program Core Elements and the importance of leadership commitment. During the webinar, CDC partners share real-life examples, strategies, and best practices to help organizations successfully implement the new core elements, with a focus on dedicating the necessary human, financial, and information technology resources.
Watch the second webinar of our 5-part series. CDC subject matter experts and partners explore the importance of appointing a leader responsible for program outcomes, the benefits of setting concrete program goals, and how to engage key partners throughout the organization.
En esta grabación de Proyecto Firstline de una sesión en vivo, aprenda sobre Clostridioides difficile, también conocido como C. diff. C. difficile es una bacteria potencialmente mortal que es común en el entorno de atención médica y considerada por los CDC como una amenaza urgente para la salud pública. Mire este seminario web para obtener más información sobre este organismo, cómo se propaga, quién está en riesgo y las prácticas de control de infecciones para mantener seguros a sus pacientes, a su lugar de trabajo y a usted.
In this Project Firstline webinar, learn about Clostridioides difficile also known as C. diff. C. diff is a life-threatening bacterium that’s common in healthcare and considered by the CDC to be an urgent public health threat. Watch this webinar to learn more about this organism, how it spreads, who is at risk, and infection control practices to keep your patients, yourself and your workplace safe.
The CDC’s Dr. Abby Carlson explains the basic ideas behind infection control, how they work to prevent COVID-19, and how using infection control actions while you’re at work can protect your patients, your coworkers, your families, and your community.
Infection control is more than just policies and procedures, it’s an essential part of caring for and protecting patients. When you can understand and apply infection control actions consistently and confidently – every person, every action, every day – it saves lives.
Project Firstline offers shareable infection control resources for healthcare facilities and providers. Use the posters, infographics, screensavers, and more to help keep everyone at your facility feeling confident about their infection control decisions.
- Access Multimedia Resources
Access shareable images, web buttons, posters, and print materials.
- Lead an Infection Control Training
Use our facilitator toolkit to lead trainings on your team’s schedule, even if you’re not an infection control expert.
- Recursos en Español
Recursos para la capacitación en control de infecciones.
Use Project Firstline’s new training toolkits to help your team learn to recognize infection control risks throughout their workday, so they can take action to protect their patients, themselves, and their coworkers.