Here are the TeleClass topics pending for April. Remember, if you can’t join a live TeleClass broadcast, your registration gets you unlimited access to the on-line recording too.
PREVENTING INVASIVE CANDIDA INFECTIONS – WHERE COULD WE DO BETTER?
With Dr. Philippe Eggimann, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Switzerland
April 13 (South Pacific Teleclass)
UTILIZATION OF METHYLGLYOXAL IN MANUKA HONEY TO REDUCE S. AUREUS NASAL COLONISATION
With Dr. Julian Ketel, Waiariki Institute of Technology, New Zealand
April 20 (FREE … WHO Teleclass – Europe)
THE CORE COMPONENTS FOR INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL PROGRAMS AND ACTION PLAN
With Julie Storr, World Health Organization, Geneva
Sponsored by the World Health Organization (www.who.int/gpsc/en)
April 26 (FREE British Teleclass … Denver Russell Memorial Teleclass Lecture)
INFECTION PREVENTION – IT’S NOT JUST WASHING HANDS
With Dr. Peter Hoffman, Public Health England
April 28 (FREE Teleclass ……. rescheduled from March)
INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL WITH ACCREDITATION CANADA QMENTUM PROGRAM
With Chingiz Amirov, Canadian Journal of Infection Control
Sponsored by GOJO (www.gojo.com)
FREE-ACCESS RECORDINGS LIBRARY – RECENT ADDITIONS
(Teleclass recordings are posted to the free-access Recordings Library immediately following a free-registration teleclass, and after 12 months if there was a registration fee.)
… MARCH 16, 2016 – The Global Mycobacterium chimaera Outbreak in Cardiac Surgery
… MARCH 10, 2016 – Barriers to TB Infection Control in Developing Countries
… APRIL 30, 2015 – Are Wipes (Towelettes) Effective for Surface Decontamination in Healthcare Settings?
… APRIL 22, 2015 – Coming Up Roses – A Sustainable Solution to Continence Product Disposal
… APRIL 16, 2015 – A Pragmatic Approach to Infection Prevention and Control Guidelines in an Ambulatory Care Setting
… APRIL 14, 2015 – Surgical Site Infection: A Surgeon’s Perspective
… APRIL 9, 2015 – Feces Management: Time to Address the Risks
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The Teleclass Education initiative is run entirely by groups of volunteers around the globe, and on a not-for-profit basis. Funding support from our Patron Sponsors is therefore extremely valuable and we are very grateful. Thanks to Sealed Air Diversey Care (www.sealedair.com), Virox Technologies Inc (www.virox.com), and the World Health Organization Infection Prevention and Control Global Unit (www.who.int/gpsc/en).
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