This session will be presented as a live webinar, recorded, and available on demand.
It is also available for a reduced cost as part of the Navigating the Impact of COVID-19 Post-pandemic Webinar Series
Infection prevention and control practices have served a pivotal role in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. With infection prevention and control at the forefront, expectations for skilled nursing facilities and assisted living communities have been greatly impacted. This session will review current infection control and prevention practices and where infection control and prevention may be headed. Improvements to infection control and prevention programs will be discussed. This webinar will also describe techniques for implementing changes to infection control and prevention standards of care.
At the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:
1. Describe current infection control and prevention practice expectations
2. Explain potential future changes to infection control and prevention programs
3. Prepare a plan to implement changes to infection control and prevention standards of care
Appropriate for administrators, directors, owners, directors of nursing and nurses in skilled nursing facilities and assisted living communities.
M. Salman Ashraf, MBBS, FIDSA, Associate Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, University of Nebraska Medical Center; Medical Director, Nebraska Infection Control Assessment and Promotion Program (ICAP)
One hour of continuing education is available. Please defer to your licensing board or agency to ensure courses taken meet your license requirements.
Members: $55 for individual webinar; $187 (15% off) for entire four-part webinar series
Non-members: $110 for individual webinar; $374 for entire four-part webinar series