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Infection Prevention and Control Core Practices for Managing COVID-19 - IHCA

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On-demand Open to All

Infection Prevention and Control Core Practices for Managing COVID-19

When: Ongoing

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Members: Complimentary

About This Event


This is a complimentary package only available to IHCA/INCAL members.

This package includes six action briefs that focus on five key areas in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • Introduction: The Infection Prevention and Control Program/Core Practices Connection
  • Self-Assessment
  • Communication and Documentation
  • Cohorting and Testing
  • Fostering Social Connections
  • Supporting Staff Wellness

Each action brief combines two key concepts – infection prevention and control and core practices. Infection prevention and control (IP&C) is an essential component of care in all long-term care centers. Vital to the success of the IP&C program is a set of core practices that are the foundational building blocks for success in every aspect of resident care.

Core practices are a set of principles that revolve around providing reliable, person-centered care and doing the right thing in the right way. High performing health care systems are distinguished by a set of underlying core practices that allow them to effectively put systems in place for reliable care. Implementation of core practices will help make your infection prevention and control program more effective.

Action briefs are designed to be quick references to help long-term care providers with meaningful implementation and tips.

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