Project Firstline

NACCHO is proud to be a partner of CDC’s Project Firstline, a comprehensive infection control program designed to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases in U.S. healthcare settings. Project Firstline is committed to preparing the public health workforce and frontline healthcare workers to protect themselves, their patients, and their communities from infectious disease threats.

By offering resources, training and technical assistance for infection prevention and control (IPC)—a set of practices which aim to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases, including hand hygiene, personal protective equipment (PPE), and vaccination—the initiative is designed to help every frontline healthcare worker gain IPC knowledge and confidence.

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NACCHO Partnering with CDC’s Project Firstline to...

The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO),...

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Project Firstline Training Modules

Browse the currently available training modules from Project Firstline. Check back periodically for new and updated trainings!

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Project Firstline Training Modules

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Community Health Program

Michelle Cantu

Director, Infectious Disease and Immunization

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Community Health Program

Christina Baum

Senior Program Analyst, Infectious Diseases

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Community Health Program

Erin Laird

Senior Program Analyst, Infectious Disease

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Community Health Program

Kimberly Nalley

Program Analyst, Infectious Disease

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