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Kelly M. Pyrek

Kelly M. Pyrek has served as editor in chief of Infection Control Today magazine for the past 12 years, and manages a number of ICT-affiliated print and online offerings. Recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists as an award-winning practitioner, she has served as an editorial manager, editor, and writer for newspapers, magazines, wire services and public information bureaus for more than 25 years. She is a graduate of the University of Southern California and is the author of several books on healthcare, forensic science and medico-legal issues.

Attend the In-Person Infection Control Today Conference for Free

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Time and money always seem to be in short supply, and that's why if you can make the time, we'll pay your way to attend our Infection Control Tomorrow conference, being held in Scottsdale, Ariz. April 29-30, 2015.

Infection Control Today is offering scholarships for free attendance (including airfare, hotel accommodations and conference registration fees) for 300 infection preventionists to attend our new live event, designed to bring together traditional strategies of the past and innovative approaches for the future.

The Infection Control Tomorrow conference offers a unique opportunity to learn from veteran infection preventionists as well as to engage with your peers in a comprehensive program which will identify pressing issues and discuss real-world solutions. Attendees can also earn free contact hours of continuing education.

We encourage you to apply for a scholarship as well as one of two awards programs, today! Visit http://tomorrow.infectioncontroltoday.com/ and look for the blue "Apply Now" button.

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