The Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) Program aims to reduce preventable infections across Idaho by offering free and accessible education on infection control principles and protocols.
The HAI Program offers infection control education for a variety of audiences and topics to reduce the risk of infections for individuals receiving care in Idaho. Infection control education is essential for healthcare workers in order to keep themselves, their patients, their residents and their communities safe.
Trainings are free and cover a wide range of topics and learning formats. The education can be adapted for people of different backgrounds and professions. No matter your staff preference or facility type, we have a training for you. We can help you meet staff education requirements.
Contact us for more information about customizing your staff trainings.
Learn about infection control by watching Project Firstline videos. PFL videos are easily accessible at the CDC Project Firstline webpage.
Interested in earning a certificate of completion for watching Project Firstline videos? Launch the video from TRAIN to receive a certificate and demonstrate your knowledge to your employer, colleagues, or professors.
Earn continuing education through Training and Continuing Education Online (TCEO).
- Group One – Introduction to Infection Control and Virus Basics
- Group Two – Injection Safety
- Group Three – PPE Basics
- Group Four – Respirator Basics
- Group Five – Environmental Cleaning and Disinfection Basics
- Group Six – Ventilation, Source Control, and Hand Hygiene
- Group Seven – How COVID-19 Spreads
Project Firstline eLearning courses are developed with accessibility in mind. Upon successful completion of each eLearning course, you will earn a certificate to demonstrate your competency.
Check back soon for links to our free, self-paced courses!
Contact our Project Firstline team to schedule an in-person or virtual training for your staff. Trainings can be accommodated for your needs and offered in 10, 20, or 60-minute sessions on the following topics:
- How Respiratory Droplets Spread Viruses
- How Viruses Spread from Surfaces to People
- Multi-Dose Vials
- Eye Protection
- Gloves & Gowns
- Hand Hygiene
- Virus Strains
- Environmental Cleaning and Disinfection
- Source Control
- Asymptomatic Spread of Viruses
- What Does it Mean to Recognize A Risk?
- How Germs Make People Sick
- Body Reservoirs
- Healthcare Environment Reservoirs
Need a training for a topic that's not listed above? Contact PFL@dhw.idaho.gov to request personalized trainings and resources.
Contact our Project Firstline team to schedule a Project Firstline Train-the-Trainer session. After completion of the session you will have the knowledge, tools, and resources to successfully facilitate Project Firstline trainings.
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