Preventing and Controlling Infections in Non Acute Care Settings
|Course Name||Preventing and Controlling Infections in Non Acute Care Settings|
|Description||IPAC Essentials for Non Acute Care Settings is a 8 week (28 hour) asynchronous online course designed for all currently employed regulated health care workers and administrators....
tasked with the role of assessing, implementing and/or overseeing the implementation of an infection prevention and control (IPAC) program in a congregate non-acute health-care setting (e.g., long-term care homes [LTCH], retirement homes [RH]).
This course provides participants with basic, foundational IPAC knowledge for preventing the transmission of organisms and outbreak management in congregate settings. The course may prepare a learner to attain their a-IPC (Associate - Infection Prevention and Control) entry-level certification examination through the Certification Board of Infection Control and Epidemiology.
It will not prepare a learner in attaining their CIC® (Certified in Infection Prevention and Control) credentialing which identifies healthcare professionals who have shown mastery of knowledge in infection prevention and control.
You can register online. Verification of pre-requisites, by email of letter of employment on your facilities stationary, will be required after registration and tuition payment has been processed. Your registration is verified with email receipt from the college.
|Notes||For more information on this course, please contact Health Studies part time at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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