Assessing Personal Protective Equipment Competence in an Online, Interactive Format

      BACKGROUND: The 2014-2015 Ebola outbreak brought to light gaps in healthcare personnel's knowledge and competence in safe donning and doffing of personal protective equipment (PPE). To maintain employee PPE skills and competence, a large health system in the Midwest required multidisciplinary Ebola core team members to complete routine in-person training throughout 2015. With limited resources at all health system sites, and only 46% compliance with training frequency, an online module was created to supplement in-person training in 2016.
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