Current Practices in Infection Prevention and Control

Course Description

A strong knowledge of basic practices is essential for individuals responsible for the infection prevention and control activities regardless of healthcare settings. This is designed to provide programmatic elements that serve as the foundation for an effective infection pre-vention and control program as well as strategies for implementation. Throughout this one day course, ses-sions will focus on the needs of the novice to the expe-rienced Infection Preventionist, others supporting the program, and individuals working to address the full spectrum of patient safety interventions. Content will blend with the program provided on the next day that addresses vaccines, vaccine preventable diseases, and best immunization practices.

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