CT-AAP Project Firstline Webinar Series

A three-part webinar series


Richard Martinello, MD

Medical Director of Infection Prevention
Yale New Haven Hospital
and Yale New Haven Health System

Dr. Richard Martinello is a Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the Yale School of Medicine. He is board certified in adult and pediatric infectious diseases and completed his residency in internal medicine and pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine. He trained in adult and pediatric infectious diseases in addition to healthcare epidemiology at Yale.

Dr. Martinello serves as the Medical Director of Infection Prevention for Yale New Haven Hospital and the Yale New Haven Health System. Prior to this, he served as the Chief Consultant for Clinical Public Health for the Department of Veterans Affairs. In these roles, he led teams focused on developing programs, policies, and processes to prevent healthcare associated infections, optimize the care of persons with chronic viral infections, and improve the safety and quality of care provided to patients.

What is Project Firstline?

What is Project Firstline? To stop the spread of infectious disease-including COVID-19-all healthcare workers need a functional knowledge of infection prevention protocols to protect themselves, their colleagues, and patients. CDC's Project Firstline is a collaborative of diverse healthcare and public health partners that have come together to make that happen.

Vaccine Hesitancy
May 29, 2024

Hand Hygeine
June 5, 2024

Antibiotics Length of Therapy
June 26, 2024

Note: These webinars are not accredited for CME.