Are you a healthcare worker looking for accessible infection prevention education and training resources to keep your knowledge and skills sharp ? We've got you covered!
Bring your appetite for a preparedness-packed webinar over the lunch hour where you learn about how the MD's Project Firstline can serve as a supportive tool in your infection prevention preparedness.
In this webinar, you will:
About our Speakers:
Dianne Kaschak ,MA
Dianne holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, from Mansfield University Pennsylvania and a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, from Loyola University Maryland.
Experience in psychological evaluations, research, and project management both in outpatient centers and hospitals. Taught at the elementary school level and was Lead Research Coordinator in the Department of Radiology at the University of Maryland Baltimore.
Lynne Layug, MPH
Lynne is a patient centered medical home certified content expert who holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Medical Technology, from Loyola University Maryland and a Master's of Public Health in Biostatistics & Epidemiology, from George Washington University
Experience working with physician practices on process improvement and also in infectious disease confirmatory testing with the American Red Cross.
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