Infectious diseases can pose great risks in early education settings. This video series addresses several different approaches to managing infectious diseases in early education settings.
Learn how to address infection control in early childhood education settings. This video answers common questions about cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting.
This video provides information about how to reduce the risk of infectious diseases through protection against blood-borne pathogens.
Dr. Bergeron and Dr. Marco Beltran discuss strategies for managing infectious disease. Head Start programs can follow local guidance and use federal guidance to support their decision-making.
Learn why it’s important to get an influenza vaccination every year. Find out how getting a flu shot not only protects you from influenza, but it protects your loved ones and those closest to you.
Bed bugs are small, reddish-brown insects about the size of an apple seed. Questions about them are common in early education settings. Learn how to identify bed bugs and what to do if you have them in your program.
This webinar describes the difference between children's emergent and urgent health care needs. Learn the three reasons why a family should take their child to an emergency room, rather than to their primary care provider.
Seasonal influenza affects many children and adults each year. Watch this webinar to learn simple ways to prevention and control strategies influenza tothat can help to protect children and their caregivers.
Learn more about this serious transmissible disease that can be fatal. It is caused by an Ebola virus found in several African countries. Outbreaks have been sporadic.
Learn the facts about the common cold, how to prevent it and what to do if someone in your program has it.