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June 12, 2024

The Proficient Infection Preventionist: Roles & Responsibilities of the Capable Infection Preventionist

This session will discuss the essential roles and responsibilities of the IP, essential skills for being an effective IP, and resources and training available to support Ips.

Virtual

Infection Preventionist

Description

This 8-week webinar series emphasizes skill building for the Post-Acute Care Infection Preventionist with a focus on establishing and managing an effective IPC program in the SNF/LTC/AL setting.

This session will discuss the essential roles and responsibilities of the IP, essential skills for being an effective IP, and resources and training available to support Ips.

 

Projected Learning Outcomes/Course Objectives: At the conclusion of each session, the learner will:

1. Describe the roles and responsibilities of the IP

2. Understand the training and qualifications of the IP role

3. Describe skills for being an effective IP

4. Identify resources available to support IPs

 

Course Content

  • 20 minutes Roles and responsibilities of the IP
  • 10 minutes Training and qualifications of the IP role
  • 10 minutes Skills for being an effective IP
  • 5 minutes Resources available to support IPs
  • 5 minutes Closing Comments/Q&A

 

Target Audience

Infection Preventionists, Nurses and Clinical Leaders in SNF/LTC/AL settings.

REGISTER FOR THE JUNE 12th SESSION HERE

Sessions

Sessions are scheduled on the following Wednesdays each week from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. ET:

  • June 12:Roles & Responsibilities of the Capable Infection Preventionist
  • June 19:Developing An Exceptional Infection Control &
    Prevention Program
  • June 26: IPC Surveillance
  • July 3: Adept Antibiotic Stewardship for the Infection Preventionist
  • July 10: Managing Infectious Diseases Common in LTC
  • July 17: Expert Outbreak Management for the Infection Preventionist
  • July 24: Ship-shape Cleaning & Disinfection for the Infection Preventionist
  • July 31: Astute Survey Preparedness & Application of Infection Control Regulatory Requirements

 

Presented by

Proactive

  • Shelly Maffia, MSN, MBA, RN, LNHA, QCP, CHC, CLNC, CPC
    Director of Regulatory Services

 

CEUs

Each session is eligible for one CEU for licensed Indiana administrators and licensed Indiana social workers. LeadingAge Indiana will award the Indiana-specific CEU for each individual who signs the CEU Sign-In form returned to LAIN after a session. Signing the CEU Sign-in form attests that you have listened to the webinar in full.  

Please note that in order to receive continuing education credits for this webinar, you MUST login via the webinar software on your computer, or via the mobile app. We are unable to grant continuing education units for those who call in by phone only without doing so through the GoToWebinar application on your phone. As a registered participant, you will receive access to the webinar recordings. No CEUs are given for watching the recording.

 

Cost

  • LAIN, INALA, IHPCO and HOPE members: $65 per individual session
  • Eligible LAIN Samaritan Alliance members: $32.50 per individual session
  • Eligible INALA Samaritan Alliance members:$48.75 per individual session
  • Non-members: $100 per individual session

Cost covers ONE (1) connection to each month's live webinar presentation, copies of each month's slide deck, and access to a recording of each month's presentation. Multiple staff members may participate in live webinar presentation from, the single connection. If multiple individuals wish to participate from different locations / different campuses, additional registrations are required. 

 

REGISTER FOR THE JUNE 12th SESSION HERE

REGISTER FOR THE FULL SERIES HERE

 

Questions? Contact Tina Bowman.

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