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Latest Events

APIC EPI® Intensives

This novice level course, designed for infection preventionists with 1-3 years of experience, provides intensive fundamental infection prevention training for healthcare professionals working in different practice settings.

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NHSN Update Spring 2017

Hear directly from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) subject matter experts on the most commonly asked questions and scenarios received from NHSN users reporting HAIs.

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2017 Healthcare Symposium

Inaugural Forum for Advancements in Healthcare Facilities: Collaboration to create a healthy indoor environment that supports patient healing

The 2017 healthcare symposium will bring together healthcare professionals and engineers to discuss the role of indoor air hydration on patient outcomes.  Attendees will learn the link between indoor air hydration and hospital acquired infections (HAI’s), and not only how facilities can improve patient outcomes but how to significantly reduce operating costs.  This interactive event has a panel of 10 visionary leaders in the industry that will be open to questions and discussions during this two day event.

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APIC 2017

Join APIC in Portland, OR June 14-16, Wednesday through Friday, for the 44th Annual Conference—the largest gathering in the world of the infection prevention community.

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APIC 2017 Symposium

It’s Time to Move On: Why We Need to Stop Relying on Direct Observation and Embrace Automated Hand Hygiene Monitoring as the New Gold Standard

Healthcare has been using the current gold standard for hand hygiene compliance monitoring, direct observation, for decades. The status quo is unlikely to lead to meaningful change. During this interactive breakfast symposium, the speakers will highlight the issues with direct observation and discuss why healthcare facilities seeking better outcomes will need to move away from this method. You will hear from an acute care facility that has been an early adopter and pioneer of automated hand hygiene monitoring technology. They will share their journey from evaluation to implementation to sustainment, while also describing their business case and providing perspective on C-level engagement.

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