The novel coronavirus is causing a worldwide pandemic requiring emergent infection prevention measures by healthcare clinicians and the public around the globe. Learn how to keep yourself and your patients safe in this complimentary COVID-19 course.
Our Pandemic Preparedness Training Plan takes the welfare of healthcare clinicians and patients seriously. Five complimentary courses provide you with the COVID-19 tools and training you need now. The plan includes the three courses below, plus the Influenza-Prevention Self-Paced course and Hand Hygiene: The Basics.
This bundled course focuses on how to prevent the transmission of infections from one person to another. Learn about infection control basics from the chain of infection to methods of transmission to transmission-based precautions.Take Free Bundle Now
Are you familiar with the different types and proper application of personal protective equipment? This bundled course covers choosing the correct PPE for the type of exposure risks you face today with coronavirus.Take Free Bundle Now
Uncover the difference between transmission-based precautions and standard precautions. Learn how to apply the latest guidelines from the CDC and your organization effectively to stay safe during today’s novel coronavirus pandemic.Take Free Bundle Now
Share this video with your colleagues and patients. It outlines coronavirus pandemic precautions to take while interacting with others and traveling, courtesy of our partner, Nurse.com.
It is important that facilities and individuals are up to date on their pandemic preparedness, infection prevention protocols, and have established plans for monitoring the emergence and spread of COVID-19. Spread knowledge – Please share the course links below with colleagues, family, and friends!Visit Site
The World Health Organization has created a quick animated overview of the novel coronavirus that covers the origination of the virus along with transmission and preventions details.Take The Course
Get information from the Centers for Disease Control on the COVID-19 outbreak. This is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation, and CDC will provide updated information on this page as it becomes available, in addition to updated guidance.Read Blog Post