NEW Course ....
Using an Infection Control Risk Assessment to Create an Infection Control Plan for an ASC, 3rd Ed.
"I truly enjoyed the learning experience and the ease of completing it on the computer. It is a wonderful method to upgrade medical knowledge"
- M.D., Internal Medicine / Cardiovascular Disease, Mount Sinai Medical Center, NY
Infection Control and Patient Safety Training Solutions
Infection Control Training Solutions is an educational warehouse of courses designed for professionals in various fields who are required to possess a working knowledge of infection control and patient safety practices pertinent to their job responsibilities. All course material is developed and written by Certified Infection Control practitioners and specialists in Patient Safety.
The registration fee for each educational activity includes permanent access to an online library of pertinent reference material from nationally-recognized reputable sources. These references are intended to expand the scope of learning; and equip the professional with tools to enhance competence in practice and build effective infection prevention and patient safety programs in the workplace.
For health professionals who must meet infection control training requirements for professional credentialing or renewal of a New York State license.
Training in principles of infection control specifically for professionals in child care settings such as day care centers and pre-schools.
Courses for Ambulatory Surgical Settings
Courses designed specifically for personnel responsible for coordinating infection control and patient safety programs in ambulatory surgical settings.
A primer in principles and practices that are widely accepted as the foundation of a successful infection control program in the ambulatory surgical setting.
5.5 Contact Hours
Step by step instructions and all the tools necessary to perform an Infection Control Risk Assessment and write an Infection Control Plan for an ASC.
2.0 Contact Hours
A comprehensive review of current guidelines for managing patients who receive moderate sedation and analgesia in ambulatory settings.
2.5 Contact Hours