Welcome to Maine's Infection Prevention Forum

This is your home for the latest infection prevention courses and resources for health care and direct care workers.  

Course content developed by the State of Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) and the Federal CDC as part of their Project Firstline Initiative. Additional content and funding provided by the State of Maine’s Maine Quality Forum (MQF) and the University of Southern Maine. 

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Check your infection control knowledge and gain valuable feedback in real time with our interactive, educational infection control resources.

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Now covering topics for clinical, non-clinical, and general public audiences.

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A full page of resources, videos and training.

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Tools and Guides to help you and your facility develop a training program.

Highlighted Education Modules

Core Infection Preventionist Training Program

This 8-hour course provides instruction on the use of standard precautions, droplet and airborne precautions, and when to use each. It will demonstrate proper hand hygiene and provide information about employing personal protective equipment for infection prevention. Additionally, it will discuss safe handling of potentially contaminated equipment or surfaces in the resident environment.
This course is recommended for infection preventionists, nurses, directors of nursing, and others in extended care facilities involved in the prevention and control of infection.

Biological Hazards

This 1.5 hour module, developed in March 2017, covers OSHA regulation topics for Biological Hazards in extended care facilities. This course is recommended for all facility staff.

Looking for Recertification for 2022:

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Bloodborne Pathogens for Clinical Staff

This 1.5 hour module, developed in December 2016, covers OSHA regulation topics for Bloodborne Pathogens for staff who are involved in direct patient care. This course is recommended for nursing staff, nursing assistants, and management staff. Need to be recertified for? If so, please use this version.

Looking for Recertification for 2022:

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Bloodborne Pathogens for Non-Clinical Staff

This 1.5 hour module, developed in December 2016, covers OSHA regulation topics related to Bloodborne Pathogens for Non-Clinical Staff. This course is recommended for laundry, housekeeping, maintenance, dietary, and office staff, as well as volunteers. Need to be recertified for? If so, please use this version.