APIC Offers Course on Infection Prevention for Ambulatory Surgery Centers

The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) will offer the course, Infection Prevention for Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Oct. 25-26, 2012 in Indianapolis.

The course teaches staff and administrators the critical information needed to meet CMS requirements for a credible infection prevention and control program.

Taught by a team of board certified infection preventionists with more than 50 years of combined experience, this interactive course follows the CMS surveyor worksheet, concentrating on assessments frequently made during a regulatory visit to an ASC.  Plus, take advantage of other course benefits:
- Networking opportunities with peers from a variety of ASC settings
- Practical tools, customizable templates, and other resources provided via CD-ROM to all attendees
- A complimentary one year membership for non-members
This course is vital to all ambulatory surgery centers that want to guarantee that they have implemented a quality infection prevention program that protects patients. The course is appropriate for all staff, administrators, and physicians who work in the ASC setting. Space is limited, so register today. This is the last course of the year and will reach capacity.

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