New Free CME Series


Infection prevention protocols are ignored and forgotten not because physicians and care teams don’t care about the safety of themselves and their patients.

Compliance is suboptimal because our workflows, policies, and work cultures often undermine safety.

CT-AAP, in partnership with MA-AAP and OK-AAP, has developed a 4-part infection prevention webinar series for physician practices based on CDC’s Project Firstline. You know why you need to follow infection prevention protocols. This series focuses on strategies such as QI methods, cultures of safety, high reliability, and staff training to support your practice in implementation, compliance and sustainability of protocols.

This initiative is supported by an educational grant from the American Academy of Pediatrics, which in turn is funded by the CDC as part of the nationwide Project Firstline.


What is Project Firstline?

What is Project Firstline? To stop the spread of infectious disease—including COVID-19—all healthcare workers need a functional knowledge of infection prevention protocols to protect themselves, their colleagues, and patients. CDC’s Project Firstline is a collaborative of diverse healthcare and public health partners that have come together to make that happen.

Series Schedule

This four-part CME series is FREE:

  • You must enroll through this site to claim CME (Use the BLUE login button on any course page to enroll.)  Your login and password will be valid for the entire series.

  • IMPORTANT NOTE:  When you enroll, the system will send you an email to enable you to set your password.  If you do not receive this email, please check your Junk/Spam email folder.