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  • Low influenza vaccination rates among nursing home employees put residents at risk, study finds

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What's new at APIC

  • Ebola and lessons learned: AC2015 opening keynote announced

    Join experts from the CDC, University of Nebraska Medical Center, and Trinity Health this June in Nashville to hear how the Ebola episode can convince leaders about the value of infection prevention preparedness. 

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  • 2015 APIC Awards: Place your nomination by February 16

    The application period for the 2015 APIC Awards has been reopened. Please use this extended opportunity to spotlight the commitment and achievements of our profession’s most distinguished and accomplished clinicians worldwide. 

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  • Nationally recognized infection prevention expert to serve as 2015 APIC president

    Mary Lou Manning, PhD, CRNP, CIC, FAAN, associate professor at the Thomas Jefferson University School of Nursing in Philadelphia, Pa., will serve as 2015 president of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC). 

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  • Advanced Practice and Project Management workshops open for registration

    Registration is open for the 2015 Infection Prevention Academy, which now features two 1-day workshops in addition to the EPI 101, EPI 102, and ASC courses. The Spring Academy will be held March 16-21 in Seattle, WA. 

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Public Policy Updates

  • 1/28/2015

    Small business review panel recommends OSHA not proceed with infectious disease standard

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  • 1/28/2015

    HHS sets timeline for tying healthcare payment to quality

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  • 1/26/2015

    Human hair in sterile product leads to recall

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