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  • Partnership in Process Excellence: Infection Prevention and Laboratory Available: On Demand
    Posted December 18, 2015 in Webinars This Webinar will discuss where laboratory and infection prevention intersects and the importance of teamwork to streamline processes for early detection in an effort to reduce the risk of HAI’s in the hospital environment. ...More MORE INFO
  • The Challenges and Opportunities Related to Medical Device Reprocessing Available: On Demand
    Posted November 18, 2015 in Webinars This symposium will address key issues such as the dangers associated with improperly processed devices; the real-world situations that impede proper sterile reprocessing; the clarion themes that emerged from the 2011 AAMI/FDA workshop and the recent/pending new guidance on medical device ...More MORE INFO
  • Infection Control in Ultrasound: Mitigating cross contamination risk Available: On Demand
    Posted November 18, 2015 in Webinars Current high level disinfection practices used in ultrasound practices come with a range of challenges including: exposure to harmful chemicals, inconsistent manual processes, and lack of effectiveness in eliminating microorganisms on the probe – including the handle. ...More MORE INFO
  • Fecal Patina in the OR Available: On Demand
    Posted October 30, 2015 in Webinars This webinar explores the interactions between staff and the patient care environment while providing care in the operating room, and its potential impact on surgical site infection risks. ...More MORE INFO
  • Hand Hygiene Programs in Outpatient Settings Available: On Demand
    Posted October 22, 2015 in Webinars Infection prevention and hand hygiene are not always top-of-mind in outpatient settings, which are generally considered to be “low risk.” However, this could not be further from the truth. This webinar will review the minimum standards for safe care in outpatient settings, describe why hand hygiene ...More MORE INFO
  • Engaging the Staff and Partners for Better Compliance Available: On Demand
    Posted June 30, 2015 in Webinars This webinar gives a brief overview of the status of HAIs in the United States, some best practices for engaging staff to better comply with basic infection prevention efforts such as hand washing, healthcare laundry best practices, and how to rely on industry innovations for solutions to assist ...More MORE INFO
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Healthcare Antiseptics Tentative Final Monograph (TFM): What Does it Really Mean? Available: On Demand
    Posted June 12, 2015 in Webinars This webinar explains what the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s Healthcare Antiseptics Tentative Final Monograph (TFM) is and summarizes recent changes. It also reviews current alcohol safety science within the context of healthcare worker use of alcohol-based hand hygiene products. Learning ...More MORE INFO
  • Outbreak Investigations Available: On Demand
    Posted November 21, 2014 in Webinars At some point in your Infection Prevention career, you will be faced with investigating an outbreak. Every Infection Preventionist needs to know the basics of an outbreak investigation. This webinar will provide an overview of the steps for investigating an outbreak along with helpful, real-world, ...More MORE INFO
  • Needleless Connectors….connection without infection! Available: On Demand
    Posted June 26, 2014 in Webinars The risk of needlestick injury and bloodstream infection associated with needleless connectors is of increasing concern. Many questions still remain regarding the potential risk for infection among the various connectors. The current CDC Guideline Category II recommendation states "when needleless ...More MORE INFO
  • Evaluating Resources Critically: How to Become an Effective Consumer of Research Available: On Demand
    Posted May 12, 2014 in Webinars Infection Preventionists (IP) are major consumers of research and are often charged with recommending and developing policies and procedures for the prevention and control of infection based on the best evidence available. Therefore, it is important that IPs are able to critically evaluate ...More MORE INFO
  • Challenges and Solutions for Measuring Hand Hygiene Compliance Available: On Demand
    Posted October 18, 2013 in Webinars Hand hygiene is considered to be the cornerstone of an infection control program. Many studies have demonstrated a correlation between improving hand hygiene compliance and a reduction of Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs)1. The challenge has been in the measurement of hand hygiene compliance. ...More MORE INFO
  • A Success Story: The Impact of Changing Hand Hygiene Behavior Available: On Demand
    Posted July 31, 2013 in Webinars The webinar, "A Success Story: The Impact of Changing Hand Hygiene Behavior," sponsored by GOJO Industries, features a conversation with Michael Gardam, MSc, MD, CM, MSc, CIC, FRCPC, director of infection prevention and control at the University Health Network, who discusses the concept of positive ...More MORE INFO
  • Bacteria, Burden and Bundles: How Copper Metal Surfaces Enhance Patient Safety Available: On Demand
    Posted July 16, 2013 in Webinars With increasing frequency the use of bundled interventions have been found to be effective for the control of Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSIs) and Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia (VAP) in hospital. However, lower CLABSIs infections rates were only seen when compliance with ...More MORE INFO
  • Seize the Day Available: On Demand
    Posted July 11, 2013 in Webinars Dr. Garrett and Mark Dixon, featured speakers, will discuss how the major changes in healthcare reform are affecting C-suite and Infection Prevention professionals. ...More MORE INFO
  • A More Complete Approach to Infection Prevention Available: On Demand
    Posted February 27, 2013 in Webinars Studies prove that soft surface fabrics can harbor bacteria. However, these are often ignored by today’s infection prevention protocols. Soft surface fabrics such as privacy curtains, uniforms/scrubs, bed linens and lab coats make up 90 percent of a patient's contact environment when in a Health ...More MORE INFO
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