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New Mexico Infection Prevention Collaborative

Comagine Health, in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Health, Healthcare Associated Infections Program, seeks to advance infection prevention during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. COVID-19 highlighted the need for strong infection prevention practices in all health care settings. Our timely education and flexible consultation with local and regional experts will help your organization build a solid and sustainable infection prevention program. All of this is available at no cost.


Project Firstline

Get infection prevention at your fingertips! Project Firstline is the CDC's national training collaborative for infection control designed specifically with the frontline health care worker in mind, with accessible, concise and interactive educational modules. Text 59309 to receive tips, alerts, access to videos and infection prevention tidbits each Tuesday.

To access Project Firstline videos and more, visit the Project Firstline Learning Center. For instructions on how to translate the videos into other languages in closed captioning, please contact us.


Infection Prevention Education and Learning Center

Our infection prevention (IP) series are designed for direct care staff, designated infection prevention staff, administrators and owners working in assisted living homes, intermediate care facilities, residential care, personal home care and home health and hospice settings in New Mexico.

  • Cycle 3, beginning January 2022, focuses on making sure your infection prevention program is strong and sustainable. See flyer for details.
  • Cycle 2 focused on application of key practices, quality improvement principles and implementing practical solutions
  • Cycle 1 covered fundamental infection prevention practices to address COVID-19

 

What participants said:
  • “Great information given so we can take care of our participants and keep everyone safe.”
  • “Thank you for your help and support. These sessions are refreshing and positive.”
  • “We always learn something new in every session.”


Did You Miss a Session?

Access past recordings, presentations and tools in our IP learning center.

Keep track of the sessions you and your team have attended with our infection prevention collaborative education competency checklists.


Have an Infection Prevention Question? Ask Our Experts!

Comagine Health’s team of infection prevention advisors are available to answer questions during the “Ask Our Experts” sessions in each training cycle or through individual consultation. For individual assistance, contact us at infectionpreventionadvisor@comagine.org.

This Infection Prevention and Control Collaborative for Assisted Living Homes, Intermediate Care Facilities, Residential Care Facilities, and Home Health and Hospice settings is funded by a grant through the New Mexico Department of Health, Healthcare Associated Infections program.