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About CDC’s Project Firstline:
Infection control saves lives, and public health workers play a critical role. CDC’s Project Firstline provides innovative and accessible infection control education for all public health workers– so they can protect their community, their coworkers and themselves from infectious disease threats. As a collaborative, Project Firstline brings together more than 75 healthcare, academic, and public health partners to reach a wide range of healthcare audiences and settings across the country.
Project Firstline offers educational resources in a variety of formats to meet the diverse learning needs and preferences of the public health workforce. Resources are designed to empower and enable public health workers to think critically about infection control, using adult learning principles, educational best practices, CDC recommendations, and the science that informs them.
To learn more about PFL visit: https://www.cdc.gov/infectioncontrol/projectfirstline/index.html
NYSACHO & Project Firstline:
NYSACHO delievers Project Firstline training to their members in a ‘Train the Trainer’ format, providing LHD staff with the tools and background knowledge so they can pass along key Infection Prevention and Control principals to their fellow staff and commuity partners.
To learn more about NYSACHO and Project Firstline, contact Program Manager Grace Dawson – firstname.lastname@example.org