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The University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community and the Indiana Department of Health will host 11 sessions of Building an Infection Prevention Savvy Workforce over the course of 2023 for long term care professionals. These sessions will each 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.
Indiana Long Term Care Professionals who are interested in Infection Prevention and Control.
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
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.
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.
Questions about this event?
Please email Katie, IHCA/INCAL’s director of education, using the form below.