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Project Firstline

CDC's National Training Collaborative for Health Care Infection Prevention & Control

Project Firstline, CDC's national training collaborative for infection prevention and control, is committed to preparing frontline health care professionals and the public health workforce to protect themselves, their patients, and their communities from infectious disease threats. Health care professionals are on the frontlines of infection control and are essential partners in stopping the spread of infectious diseases. Stay tuned and check back for frequent updates and new education to help improve the prevention of infectious diseases. Learn More

Sepsis Core Elements: CDC Webinar Series

Get ahead of sepsis! Join AMA and learn about the new Hospital Sepsis Program Core Elements from CDC and partners. Together we can help hospitals improve survival rates.

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TB or Not TB: Caring for a Special Population

CDC's Project Firstline

IPC Post COVID-19 PHE Town Hall

Stay informed! CDC officials discuss updated infection control recommendations post COVID-19 public health emergency.

Re-emerging Pathogens Town Hall

Get the latest on germ recognition and control with recent discoveries of poliovirus in wastewater and the rise in measles cases worldwide.

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