What's new at APIC
Implement a comprehensive long-term care infection prevention program… now!
Special introductory offer for the newly published Infection Preventionist’s Guide to Long-Term Care. Developed by a team of LTC experts, this resource presents a comprehensive approach to developing a facility-based infection prevention program, including numerous practical tips and clinical advice for successful implementation.
APIC 2014—submit your abstract by December 16
Submit today - only two weeks left to submit an abstract for APIC’s 41st Annual Conference. All proposals must be submitted online by 11:59 p.m. PST, Monday, December 16, 2013.
Nominate a deserving colleague for a 2014 APIC Award
Six award and recognition programs spotlight the profession’s most distinguished and accomplished clinicians for their contributions to the field of infection prevention, advancement of the vision and mission of APIC, volunteer service, innovative administration, chapter excellence, and chapter leadership.
2014 Infection Prevention Training - registration open for Baltimore and Orlando
Build the skills you need to develop an infection prevention program that effectively protects patients. Expert speakers, knowledgeable attendees, and an interactive environment make these foundational infection prevention courses a necessity for every healthcare professional.
EPI® 101, EPI® 201, and Infection Prevention for Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC) will be held in early March in Baltimore, MD, and in September in Orlando, FL. Make plans to attend now.
Prevention Strategist—Fall 2013
Cover story: SARS, 10 years later. Open access
- Patient isolation: Should the patient perspective be a consideration?
- Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV)
- The Human Microbiome Project: What's in it for IPs?
- The surprising culprit of C-Section surgical site infections
Prevention Strategist—Summer 2013
Cover story: Self-assessment to advance IP competency