Infection Prevention and Control Diploma Program
This unique Diploma Program is designed to help organizations strengthen infection prevention and control (IPC) initiatives and develop in-house expertise.
The comprehensive curriculum provides participants with leading knowledge and skills so they can serve as IPC specialists within the sponsoring organization. The integrated curriculum is typically presented in three core modules over the course of nine to twelve months.
Benefits to health care organizations:
Elevate, expand, and standardize IPC risk-reduction practices
Develop IPC professionals who can share knowledge with teams throughout the system
Benefits to participants:
Understand, implement, and advocate for consistent, evidence-based IPC practices
Learn best practices to support and measure performance improvement in infection prevention
Develop infection prevention expertise applicable in a variety of settings for career development and portability
How do I become a participant?
Your organization would need to sponsor a Diploma Program. Participants are selected by and must meet other requirements established by the sponsoring organization. Once selected, participants must attend the onsite modules, complete required readings and homework, and pass mandatory tests to receive a diploma.
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