Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs) Winnable Battle Materials For Your Use
The following materials – including brochures, flyers, social media tools, presentations, etc. – are meant to help inform the work we all do on the Winnable Battles that affect the U.S.
- CDC Winnable Battles HAI Website – Provides background information about the HAI Winnable Battle, as well as briefing materials such as FAQs, brochures, policy briefs, scientific articles and Spanish-language fact sheets.
- Fact Sheets - HAIs in Laboratory Settings
- General Materials - Protecting Healthcare Personnel from HAIs
- General Materials - Hand Hygiene Campaign
- Educational Materials – Prevention and Control of MRSA
- HAI Prevention Tools - PowerPoints, Forms and Toolkits
- Podcast and Video - Put Your Hands Together [PODCAST - 3:59 minutes]
- Patients with Central Lines: What You Need to Know to Avoid a Bloodstream Infection [PSA - 0:59 seconds]
- Patients with Central Lines: What You Need to Know to Avoid a Bloodstream Infection - CDC Vital Signs [PSA - 1:19 minutes]
- Healthcare-associated Infections [VIDEO - 07:40 minutes]
- Winnable Battles 101 - Healthcare-Associated Infections [VIDEO - 7:40 minutes]
- Wash Your Hands - CDC TV [VIDEO - 0:30 seconds]
- Get Smart for Healthcare
CDC campaign to optimize the use of antimicrobial agents in inpatient healthcare settings.
- Hand Hygiene in Healthcare Settings
CDC campaign to improve hand hygiene for patients and professionals in healthcare settings.
- One and Only Campaign
CDC and Safe Injection Practices Coalition (SIPC) campaign to educate the general public and healthcare professionals about safe injection practices.
- Resources for Specific Healthcare Settings
- Materials for Healthcare Professionals – Identifying and Treating MRSA
- Hand Hygiene Saves Lives: Patient Admission Video
- Higiene De Las Manos Salva Vidas – CDC TV [VIDEO - 5:10 minutes]
Hand Hygiene Saves Lives
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