Welcome to In-service Express, your one-stop shop for conducting an in-service. Everything you need can be downloaded from this section.
Step 1: Download the "How-To" instructions (PDF) in the Module Components section. This will explain how the In-service Express concept works. Please note that every participant at your healthcare institution must be registered with ICT in order to take the course evaluation and test, and print a certificate. The contact hour of continuing education offered for this activity is designed for licensed nurses; all others should check with their professional societies to see if ICT-provided contact hours are accepted for credit.
Step 2: Watch the on-demand webinar. At the conclusion of the webinar presentation, you will be able to complete the course evaluation and take the test. Those who pass the test with a grade of 80 percent or better will be able to print their certificate for continuing education purposes.
Step 4: Have an awesome in-service, courtesy of ICT and our industry partner!
This webinar will address the challenges associated with nasal decolonization in the healthcare environment, and will address explore key issues such as the efficacy and action of nasal decolonizing agents; nasal decolonization to prevent and control healthcare-associated infections (HAIs); as well as universal versus targeted decolonization and the future of nasal decolonization.
Eligible for 1.0 contact hour(s) of continuing education. This nursing continuing education activity is offered by Infection Control Today/Informa Exhibitions, an approved provider (California BRN provider #16526) by the California Board of Registered Nursing.
Sue Barnes, RN, CIC, FAPIC, is an independent clinical consultant. She is board-certified in infection prevention and control, and was granted the designation of Fellow of APIC in 2015 (FAPIC). She has worked in the field of infection prevention since 1989. She has participated in the development of a number of APIC guides, and served as a speaker for organizations including AORN and APIC. In addition, Sue has been published in journals including AORN Journal, American Journal of Infection Control, the Joint Commission Source for Compliance Strategies and The Permanente Journal. She served on the national APIC board of directors from 2010 to 2012, and the San Francisco chapter board of directors for the past 10 years.