- Developmental path of the infection preventionist
- Infection preventionist (IP) competency model
- APIC Fellows Program
- Implementation guides
- Practice resources
- Scientific guidelines
- Emergency preparedness
- International Infection Prevention Week
- Practice Guidance Committee Activities
- Surveillance Definitions
Thank you to the more than 4,000 IPs who completed the APIC MegaSurvey: State of the IP Profession during the summer of 2015! With your help, APIC obtained key data on the current state of professionals serving in the role of an IP. The most comprehensive survey of its kind, the APIC MegaSurvey: State of the IP Profession collected crucial information related to IP demographics, organizational structure, practice and competencies, and compensation.
APIC is publishing comprehensive reports based on the survey data which are available in the APIC Store:
The information contained in this report represents complete and accurate compensation data on individuals working in the infection prevention and control prevention. The report is designed to allow organizations and individuals to compare their compensation levels to their peers.
Organizational Structure Report This report provides detailed information about IPC programs in many different types of healthcare facilities. Results are broken out by primary responsibility of the infection preventionist (single facility, multiple facilities, corporate or system wide, academic, or consulting).
Practices and Competencies Report
This report is designed to allow organizations and individuals to compare key aspects of their roles and responsibilities to those of their peers related to eight key areas of infection preventionist competency.