ACTIVITY NUMBER: WB2391
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The content experts for this program are from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
Elizabeth Weirich, MS, Public Health Analyst
Marina Costarides, EdS, Health Education Specialist
March 10, 2014 – March 10, 2016
To view this program the following equipment is needed: A computer equipped with an internet connection and compatible browser software.
The intended audience for this quick-learn lesson are nurses and microbiology laboratory professionals working in clinical, public health, research, veterinary, and academic settings. This training may also be of interest to paraprofessionals, and other healthcare providers.
No prerequisite knowledge is required.
This module is a web-based course.
Recognizing the Biosafety Levels - A Quick-Learn Lesson is an interactive, web-based lesson. The quick-learn lesson presents learning on the four biosafety levels, knowledge check questions, and resource materials. To receive continuing education credit participants can take a post-test (see information below).
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CNE: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is accredited as a provider of Continuing Nursing Education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
This activity provides 0.3 contact hours.
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This course is sponsored by CDC and is provided at no cost to participants.