The University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community and the Indiana Department of Health will host Building an Infection Prevention Savvy Workforce for long term care professionals. The course will be comprised of 3 half-days spread over 3 weeks. The virtual training sessions are designed to serve as an introduction to infection control with long term care specific content and examples.
November 3, 10, 17 2023
11am-4pm ET on each of the above dates.
Participants must attend all three days.
Three-day, virtual training sessions. The class is designed to offer three partial days of virtual training, with a week interval between sessions. Participants are required to attend all three days. Class is 11 am - 4 pm ET each day. Please note: breaks will be given, but there is no lunch period.
Terri Bogue, MSN, RN, PCNS-BC
Linda Greene, RN, MPS, CIC
Claude Hedlund MSML, EMT-P
Jennifer K. Spivey, MSN, RN, CIC, LTC-CIP, FAPIC
The virtual training sessions are designed to serve as an introduction to infection control with long term care specific content and examples. The course will involve a pre-and post-test to reflect knowledge improvement. Additionally, there will be a “final exam” given after the third virtual session.
Participants receiving a score of 75% or above on the final exam will receive a Certificate of Training: Infection Prevention in the Long-Term Care Setting. CEUs are available for Administrators and Social Workers.
Free. This course is funded by the Indiana Department of Health.
For questions, please contact Leah Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org