The South Dakota Foundation for Medical Care is partnering with the SD Department of Health on the CDC’s Project Firstline to survey frontline professionals in our state to get insight on what training resources are needed. Results from the survey will help develop better infection prevention training.
We know COVID won’t be the last threat. As new diseases emerge, we want to make sure everyone in a healthcare setting has access to the latest science & best training on infectious disease control.
Because healthcare employees are in close contact with patients and the public, they are at a greater risk for the spread of infections, germs, and COVID-19. To help your facility prepare for the possible spread of infections including COVID-19, we need your help to identify your needs.
Please participate in this Learning Needs survey, it will help create the best training possible for healthcare and essential workers throughout South Dakota, to prevent the next pandemic.
Click here to access the survey.
Thank you for helping us keep South Dakota safe!
For more information on Project Firstline, click here.
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