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The National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH) is seeking applications from Urban Indian Organization (UIO) members to participate as Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Champions with Project Firstline, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Collaborative!
Project Firstline (PFL) is geared toward providing foundational and practical knowledge directly to more than six million frontline healthcare personnel across Indian Country to create a culturally competent healthcare workforce skilled in core infection prevention and control practices. Using these practices, PFL will help healthcare workers to develop their ability to protect their community from infectious disease threats.
Funding Opportunity Announcement
Selected UIOs will have the opportunity to tailor activities and learning opportunities to share their knowledge and expertise in adapting current IPC guidelines to combat emerging and reemerging infection risks on the frontlines of their organizations. Collaborative activities will be facilitated by NCUIH and co-created by UIO IPC Systems Champions.
Champion activity highlight:
Opportunity Overview for UIO IPC Systems Champions (IPCSC)
Please review the following Webinar training detailing the application process:
1:1 application concierge service is available with the NCUIH Project Firstline Team to assist with the application process. Please contact IPC@ncuih.org to schedule an appointment