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“Outbreaks: Don’t Panic!” features insight from Virginia epidemiologists about how outbreaks are investigated and the ways in which public health is working to keep communities safe from infectious diseases.
APIC membership connects you with the largest network of infection preventionists and IPC education. Now APIC members also have access to exclusive savings from national and international retailers.
The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) has launched an effort to educate industry partners in infection prevention and control (IPC). One of the first such trainings was held in partnership with BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), an APIC Strategic Partner, at its facility in Vernon Hills, Ill.
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital has earned the APIC® Program of Distinction designation for excellence in infection prevention and control (IPC). Learn more.
Get the most out of your training and development budget with APIC’s convenient and affordable learning bundles. We have taken our most popular products and combined them into powerful learning bundles.
Cardinal Health and Molnlycke have joined APIC in supporting International Infection Prevention Week this year, which takes place October 13-19. The theme for APIC’s annual awareness event is “Vaccines are Everybody’s Business.” Thanks for helping to make IIPW a success! Learn more about our Corporate Champions.
APIC has launched its Certification: The Defining Difference campaign. This state-based legislative effort encourages new infection preventionists (IPs) to become certified in infection control. APIC showed a new video at #APIC2019 explaining the importance behind certification. Learn more.
Relive the excitement from APIC’s 46th Annual Conference—or see what you missed (and plan to join us next year)! We’ve put together a highlight video that captures some of the great moments from Philadelphia. Watch it now and then pre-register for APIC 2020. For those who didn’t attend, conference proceedings can be purchased here!
APIC recently introduced a new recruitment video that can be used by anyone to introduce students, interns, staff, and administrators to the infection preventionist role.
We encourage you to share this in your organization and community and to let us know how you are using it to raise awareness about the role of the IP.
The video is available on our YouTube channel and also by clicking the link below:
A special thanks to the University of Maryland Medical Center IPC team for their invaluable assistance in the production and filming of this video!