North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) is working to learn more about infection control training needs from workers within a wide range of facilities and organizations in the healthcare services field with a goal of providing relevant trainings with Project Firstline. We would appreciate your help in sharing this brief 10 minute survey with your organization’s members so we can gather insights from a variety of workers in the healthcare and related services field. Please share the following message and survey link within your organization:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) are working together to produce infection control trainings useful for every frontline healthcare worker, and that means you. Whether you are working at a dental office, a group home facility, local public health unit, a long term care facility or a hospital it is essential that you feel confident in your infection control processes to keep yourself and those around you safe. We are conducting a brief 10 minute survey that will help us understand more about what you need and want from an infection control training program. Our goal is to provide the workers in our state with the most relevant and helpful infection control trainings possible; so whether you are new to a job in healthcare and related services or you have been at it for years, your opinions matter to us.
Please follow the link below to take the Project Firstline Needs Assessment Survey:
For more information on Project Firstline click here