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Project Firstline, is a comprehensive infection control program designed to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases in all U.S. healthcare settings. The Indiana Department of Health is proud to be a part of Project Firstline, a collaborative effort made up of healthcare, public health, and academic partners, as well as 64 state, territorial, and local health departments funded through CDC’s Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity cooperative agreement. Together, this training collaborative will support development and dissemination of Project Firstline’s innovative infection control training and tools for healthcare and public health workforces across the United States.

Project Firstline’s training and engagement opportunities will include short, accessible training videos, virtual interactive events, and tele-mentoring to ensure every worker in every healthcare setting — from clinicians to environmental service workers — has the science and reasoning behind essential infection control practices, and can confidently apply those practices to protect themselves, their facility, their family, and their community.

Be sure to check out CDC's Project Firstline -  website, Facebook page, Twitter - and sign up to get the latest email updates as new trainings and tools are released.

Check out the latest Project Firstline Presentation done for the HAI-AR Webinar Series on 8/22/23!

The power to stop infections. Together. #WeAreFirstline

For questions, please contact: 

Aubrey West, MHA

Healthcare Associated Infections Health Educator