Project Firstline

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Project Firstline Factsheet

NCUIH and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are collaborating on an infection prevention and control (IPC) training initiative for frontline healthcare personnel.

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Project Firstline CDC Fact sheet

Project Firstline Survey (Only 10 Minutes)

NCUIH and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are collaborating on an infection prevention and control (IPC) training initiative for frontline healthcare personnel. In order for this training to be responsive to the needs of UIO healthcare workers, we are asking you to complete this survey on IPC training interests, needs, and preferences. Your response helps NCUIH and CDC understand the IPC training needs in your community.

Complete Survey

Note: The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete. The survey will be “live” until 11:59 ET on June 24, 2020 or until the survey receives 10,000 responses.

Virtual Listening Sessions: IPC Training Needs of Frontline UIO Staff ($150 Honorarium for Participation in 1 Session) 

There is a $150 honorarium for participants who participate in one listening session, provide feedback on summary findings, and complete the survey above.

Register for a Listening Session 

The National Council of Urban Indian Health will be conducting four (4) listening sessions in July to better understand frontline UIO staff needs, perspective and interests to inform the CDC's Project Firstline training initiative on infection prevention and control. 

Note: Participants must have completed the the survey on IPC practices to participate in listening sessions. Limit 8 participants per session.

Contact Information

NCUIH Staff Contact: Jolie Crowder (jcrowder@NCUIH.org)