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Monday, June 4

4:30-5:30 p.m. | Session 1501

The Infection Preventionist’s Role in Implementation Science: Examples From the Field

To help infection preventionists bridge the gap between science and practice, results from the P-NICE and CHAIPI studies will be presented. Results include predictors of clinician adherence to guidelines, importance of certification of infection preventionists, and qualitative findings on the impact of mandatory reporting.

Patricia Stone, RN, PhD

Centennial Professor of Health Policy Columbia University School of Nursing

Monika Pogorzelska, PhD, MPH Associate Research Scientist Columbia University School of Nursing

Laurie Conway, RN, MS, CIC PhD student

Columbia University School of Nursing

May Uchida, MSN, GNP-BC Doctoral Student

Columbia University School of Nursing

4:30-5:30 p.m. | Session 1502 Elevating Your Teaching to a New Level: Becoming a Master Educator

Infection preventionists frequently conduct infection prevention education and training, yet few infection preventionists have formal education in adult learning principles, instructional design and strategies. This session will focus on writing educational objectives, selection of instructional techniques and methods, crafting the content to match the audience, and program evaluation.

Mary Lou Manning, PhD, CRNP, CIC Associate Professor, Director, Doctor of Nursing Practice Program Thomas Jefferson University

4:30-5:30 p.m. | Session 1503 Updated SHEA Guidelines for HIV, HEP C, and HEP B Infected Workers

This session will provide an overview of the 2010 SHEA Guidelines for the management of healthcare personnel infected with bloodborne pathogens. Attend this session and be equipped to provide up-to-date guidance to your employee/occupational health service.

David Henderson, MD

Deputy Director for Clinical Care Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health

4:30-5:30 p.m. | Session 1505 Infection Prevention Community Response - Germs on Coats, Privacy Curtains

Review the science behind environmental contamination of patient rooms and its role in the spread of antibacterial-resistant bacteria to healthcare workers, and between patients.

Patti Costello Executive Director

Association for the Healthcare Environment Susan Huang, MD, MPH

Medical Director of Epidemiology and Infection Prevention University of California, Irvine Medical Center

Eli Perencevich, MD, MS Professor of Internal Medicine

University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

Concurrent Sessions


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