The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has launched a YouTube channel featuring videos on evidence-based training programs to improve hospital care through effective communications and teamwork. The channel includes about 50 videos on the Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program toolkit, a protocol to reduce healthcare-acquired infections in intensive care units, and 50 videos on TeamSTEPPS, a protocol to lower the risk of adverse events through better communications and teamwork. Both training programs can be customized to the individual needs of hospitals, units and clinicians. AHA's Health Research & Educational Trust affiliate directed a national project to reduce central-line associated blood stream infections through CUSP, and is currently administering a CUSP project and fellowship to prevent catheter-associated urinary tract infections. AHRQ also has contracted with HRET to implement TeamSTEPPS nationwide.