Thanks for a great virtual walk today!
Infection Control at Home Utilizing the CDC’s Project Firstline
Dear Walkers,

Thank you to those of you who joined us live for our January 2021 virtual Walk with a Doc!

For the January 10, 2021 walk, we welcomed Dr. Terence McAllister who gave a brief presentation about infection control at home utilizing the CDC’s Project Firstline and then took questions live.  

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Post-Talk Survey
After watching the video, please take a minute to complete a very brief, 12-question survey at Although primarily targeted at healthcare workers, we want feedback from Nevada families as well!

For the survey, the Session Name is NEVADA AAP WWAD, the Session Date is January 10, 2021, the Session Type is Town Hall, and the Chapter affiliation is Nevada. The rest of the questions are straight forward.  
AAP Chapter Infection Prevention and Control Educational ...

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey, which should take only a few minutes. Your responses will be recorded anonymously by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and AAP Chapter Staff. Please direct any questions about this...

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Project Firstline
Brief and Kid Friendly
To view the brief, kid-friendly videos Dr. McAllister talks about in his presentation about Infection Control visit

To take the self-driven CDC Infection Control training modules, visit
CDC's National Training Collaborative

CDC's National Training Collaborative for Healthcare Infection Prevention & Control Every frontline healthcare worker deserves to understand infection control principles and protocols and feel they can confidently apply them to protect...

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CDC's Project Firstline

CDC's Project Firstline. 1,106 likes · 237 talking about this. CDC's Project Firstline provides evidence-based infection prevention and control training. Innovative, accessible, and designed for...

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AAP Parenting Resources
The American Academy of Pediatrics offers parents up-to-date parenting information on a wide range of pediatric topics including infection control. Here are a few on-point with our talk this month.
Follow these links to learn more (all are available in English and Spanish by pressing the link at the very top of each page).
Mask Mythbusters: 5 Common Misconceptions about Kids &...

​​​​​By: Kimberly M. Dickinson, MD, MPH​ & Theresa W. Guilbert, MD, MS, FAAP​​ Along with physically distancing and good hand washing, masks or cloth face coverings are an effective way to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Some parents may...

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Hand Washing: A Powerful Antidote to Illness

​How many times have you and your child washed your hands today? You might not have given it much thought. It's either part of your routine, done frequently without thinking, or maybe you don't do it much at all.

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Next Walks on
Sunday, Feb 14 (English)
Sunday, Feb 21 (Spanish)
When it is safe to do so, we will resume our in-person walks in Las Vegas and Reno.

In the meantime:
  • Keep walking every day
  • Wear sunscreen
  • Bring water
  • Keep 6 feet from other people
  • For everyone 2 years and older, wear a mask when you can't socially distance

We hope to "see" you at our future virtual walks. We will send registration details and a flyer soon.