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  • Simplified handwashing steps help reduce sickness-related absenteeism for kids

    Simplified handwashing steps help reduce sickness-related absenteeism for kids

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  • Endoscopes still contaminated after cleaning, study shows

    Endoscopes still contaminated after cleaning, study shows

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What's new at APIC

  • October dates for EPI® Intensive in Puerto Rico and Billings, MT

    Registration is open for EPI® Intensive in San Juan, PR, October 5-9 and Billings, MT, October 26-30. Early registrants receive discounted rates.  

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  • Advanced course for IPs - September in Austin

    new three-day course for proficient/expert level IPs now offered  at the Fall Academy in Austin, TX, September 24-26. Register today to refine your skills in leadership, financial management, process improvement, and consensus-building.

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  • New course for IPs in ASC settings

    Infection Prevention for Ambulatory Surgery Centers 102 (ASC 102) is a new novice level course that builds on the concepts introduced in ASC 101 and adds new topics like product review and observational surveillance.

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  • APIC releases manual for construction and renovation projects in healthcare facilities

    Any construction or renovation project at a healthcare facility can have infection implications. The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) has released the Infection Prevention Manual for Construction & Renovation, a critical resource for all healthcare facility construction and renovation projects, to serve as a blueprint for planning through completion. 

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Public Policy Updates

  • 8/31/2015

    Now available: NHSN crosswalks to ICD-10 and CPT codes

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  • 8/31/2015

    APIC provides input on FDA draft guidance on liquid barrier claims on gowns

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  • 8/31/2015

    CDC updates Ebola PPE guidance

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