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  1. Please find our Project Firstline poster with QR code, scan it, and enter your name and email address under trainings.

  2. Name one interactive video on our website,

  3. Name three PPE items used to reduce the risk of infection related to germs in water and wet surfaces.

  4. T/F: Using PPE, is a key infection control actions to reduce infection risk.

  5. Name three “high-touch” surfaces that could carry germs in a healthcare setting.

  6. T/F:  Rotavirus is an example of a germ that commonly lives on dry surfaces.

  7. What is one way to reduce risk of infection from germs that travel in the air?

  8. T/F: Construction, big or small, can release germs into the air that increase the risk of infection in patients with weakened immune systems.?

  9. What is an example of a device shared by patients that could be a risk for germ spread in healthcare setting?

  10. T/F: Staphylococcus aureus (“Staph” including MRSA) is germs that commonly lives on devices and cause infection.

  11. Name one of the germs that commonly lives on skin.

  12. T/F: Healthcare tasks can involve breaking the skin, which breaks down the body’s defenses and increase the risk for, germs to spread.

  13. Name one healthcare task involving the respiratory system that could put a patient at higher risk for a respiratory infection.

  14. T/F: Germs are more likely to spread in spaces with poor ventilation.

  15. Name one healthcare task that can put a healthcare worker higher risk of getting an infection from germs that can be found in blood.

  16. T/F: Hepatitis B is the only type of hepatitis that can cause infections in the blood.?

  17. What germs live in the gut andthat are considered part of a healthy immune system?

  18. Did you find this activity useful?

  19. What is one thing you learned from this activity?

  20. Would you recommend SD Project Firstline to a co-worker/friend?

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