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Mission Possible: New Details on Basic Infection Prevention Course

New details have been released on the APIC Minnesota Basic Infection Prevention Course. The interactive course, which is offered four times a year, provides a comprehensive foundation for professionals specializing in infection prevention in all health care settings. 

By participating in the course, attendees will:

  • Examine the elements of effective infection prevention programs and the resources that support development and implementation.
  • Gain understanding of how evidence-based recommendations are used to implement best practices to prevent infections.
  • Sharpen networking skills with colleagues to share experience and to gain access to additional resources
  • Increase awareness of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid's conditions of participation to qualify for 3rd party reimbursement.
  • Improve understanding of the impact of infection prevention strategies to support the mission and goals of your health care system. 

The courses are held Feb. 13-14; April 25-26; July 26-27; and Oct. 25-26 at the Carpenters Union Hall in Saint Paul. 

For more information, including registration and CEUs, see Basic Prevention Course. 

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