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Infection Preventionist Specialized Training - IPCO Version 2
$450 Member | $650 Non-Member CLICK TO REGISTER
Intended for Nurses, Administrators, Nursing Home Leadership/Management (Clinical & Non-Clinical Leaders). 25 ANCC approved contact hours and 22 NAB approved CEs are available upon completion.
Coronavirus Educational Resources
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COVID-19 Webinar & Educational ResourcesContains 10 Component(s)
As concerns arise with the emerging 2019 Coronavirus, officially named COVID-19, AHCA/NCAL is working nationally with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to ensure our members receive necessary supplies and guidance to prevent the spread of this disease.
Infection Preventionist Specialized Training - IPCO Version 2Contains 37 Component(s)
This course will provide specialized training for designated Infection Preventionists, who are responsible for the infection prevention and control program at their skilled nursing center or assisted living community. REGISTRATIONS for IPCO MUST be done by the individual who will be taking the course, under their individual login. Registrations CANNOT be done by another person or under another person’s login.
Phase 3: Infection Preventionist Role & Competencies ToolContains 2 Component(s)
Purpose & Intent of §483.80: Designated Infection Preventionist (IP) Role & Competencies. CMS requires each center to designate one or more individual(s) as the infection preventionist(s) (IPs) who are responsible for the center’s Infection Prevention and Control Program.** AHCA has outlined information for centers to consider when developing the role of the Infection Preventionist.
Water Management TrainingContains 4 Component(s)
Post-acute and long-term care facilities provide care and services to vulnerable populations who may become critically ill when steps are not taken to reduce the risk of waterborne diseases. Healthcare facilities are integral to the health and well-being of the communities and residents they serve. In order to maintain daily operations and care services, healthcare facilities need to develop an effective water management plan to prepare for, respond to, and recover from a total or partial interruption of the facility’s normal water supply. The water management course will provide post-acute and long-term care facilities with information on what a water management plan is, how to identify the elements of an effective water management program, and how to develop and maintain a comprehensive water management program in your facility.