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Education design process brings tailored IPC training to nurses

Education design process brings tailored IPC training to nurses

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By: Rasheda Jones, PhD, RN; Sandy Cayo, DNP, FNP-BC; Katie Boston-Leary, PhD, MBA, MHA, NEA-BC; Kendra McMillan, MPH, RN

A core aspect of Project Firstline—a national training collaborative for healthcare infection control led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)—is content tailored specifically to its intended healthcare worker audience. As one of 64 organizations partnering with CDC to create innovative and engaging infection prevention and control (IPC) education materials, the American Nurses…

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