Infection Prevention and Control Resources

Each healthcare facility has unique and specific challenges associated with infection prevention and control.

Each Healthcare Facility has Unique and Specific Challenges

Healthcare providers may also approach infection control differently based on their professional backgrounds, the scope of practice, and educational preparation. This portal serves as a repository for accredited continuing education webinars, manufacturer-specific resources and educational programs, blogs, podcasts, and national campaigns from the CDC.

Accredited Continuing Education Webinars

Education Courses: Hand Hygiene in Healthcare Settings
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Enduring Webinar: Nasal Decolonization to Prevent Staphylococcus aureus Infections
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CDC Past Webinars and CE Resources
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Owens & Minor CE Webinars
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CDC Campaigns

Get Ahead of Sepsis
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Safer Healthcare Blog
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Drug Diversion
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One and Only
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COCA Calls/Webinars
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Infection Control Assessment Tools

Acute Care Hospitals
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Long Term Care Facilities
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Outpatient Settings
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Hemodialysis Facilities
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Protecting Healthcare Personnel

Personal Protective Equipment

Selection & Use PPE
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PPE Sequence Poster
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Occupational Health

Occupational Health
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Post-Exposure Management

HHS Guidance for HIV Exposures
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HHS Guidance for PEP Following HIV, HBV, & HCV Exposure
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Mgmt of Blood Exposures
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HIV PEP Regimens
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Exposure Resources for Healthcare Personnel
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Resources by Healthcare Setting

Acute Care Hospitals
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Long Term Care Facilities
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Ambulatory Surgery Center
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Outpatient Care
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Dialysis
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Oncology
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Dental
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Profend® Nasal Decolonization Kit FAQ’s
If you’re looking for a way to proactively defend your patients against infections related to Staphylococcus aureus and MRSA colonization, learn more in an FAQ about the PDI Profend® Nasal Decolonization Kit
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Povidone-iodine as an Alternative to Mupirocin for Nasal Decolonization
Staphylococcus aureus has been a target for HAI reduction efforts and an important strategy for the prevention of serious staphylococcal infections in the elimination of S. aureus nasal carriage. Download the whitepaper from our infection prevention resource library to learn the impact of nasal decolonization on surgical site infections (SSIs) and data comparing current product options available to healthcare facilities.
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Profend® Nasal Decolonization In-Service Video
If you’re looking to simplify SSI prevention, consider the Profend Nasal Decolonization Kit. Watch this quick in-service video overview to learn the basic product overview and appropriate application.
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Introduction to PDI Profend® Nasal Decolonization Kit
Profend Nasal Decolonization Kit is the latest addition to the PDI Interventional Care product portfolio targeting surgical site infections (SSIs). See how in just 60 seconds, the kit provides proactive defense for your patients against Staphylococcus aureus and MRSA, two leading causes of SSIs. Watch the video and learn more.
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Decolonization and HAI Prevention Science and Strategies
If you’re looking to reduce the risk of SSIs in your patients, watch this educational course: Decolonization and HAI Prevention Science and Strategies. In this program, you will learn how to differentiate the strengths and limitations of different decolonization strategies and more.
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The Role of Decolonization in the Prevention of SSI
From learning the contributing factors for surgical site infections (SSIs) to identifying the steps to include in your SSI prevention bundle, we’re arming you with all the facts in a new course: The Role of Decolonization in the Prevention of SSI.
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Links to Infection Prevention Organizations

apic.org
idsociety.org
shea-online.org
ihi.org
cdc.gov/hai
hhs.gov
osap.org

Infection Control Professional Certifications

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