Wednesday, August 11 from 1-2 pm ET.
Hear from CDC’s Project Firstline (PFL), a new initiative to bring CDC content to our frontline colleagues. PFL is a combination of content tailored to real-world needs of a wide range of frontline healthcare personnel, innovative delivery, broad partnerships, and investments in human factors engineering and design to promote success across the healthcare delivery spectrum.
Dr. Michael Bell is the Deputy Director of CDC’s Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion. Prior to that he served as the Associate Director for Infection Control and was the Executive Secretary for the US Healthcare Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee. His career has focused on investigating and preventing transmission of healthcare-associated illness, development of evidence-based infection control guidelines, and optimizing systems of care. Prior to his current position at CDC, he was the Chief of the Epidemiology Unit at the Viral Special Pathogens Branch, addressing control of high-risk pathogens.
He received his medical degree from the University of Washington and trained in Infectious Diseases at the University of California San Francisco.