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ADDED VALUE MEETS PATIENT SAFETY


RAI Amsterdam has announced the International Healthcare Forum, and released a full schedule for this inaugural event.


The future of healthcare will be on display at Interclean Amsterdam 2018, with the show featuring a dedicated healthcare segment and events taking place at the Healthcare CleaningLAB. On top of this, the exhibition will offer healthcare and cleaning professionals the chance to be part of a unique educational experience – the International Healthcare Forum.


Featuring expert speakers from around the world, the Healthcare Cleaning Forum is separate to Interclean Amsterdam 2018, but will run alongside it on day two of the show. It aims to raise awareness, discuss best practice and explore the latest research on how cleaning can have an impact on antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) and infection prevention and control (IPC).


Professor Didier Pittet, Director of the Infection Control Programme and World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre on Patient Safety, said: “Disease and infection do not recognise borders, so neither should our knowledge and understanding of how to prevent them. That is why we have introduced the first-ever International Healthcare Forum. By bringing healthcare and cleaning professionals together to discuss their challenges, we aim to improve communications between the two areas and add to the conversation on how best to approach AMS and IPC.”


“The future of healthcare will be on display at Interclean Amsterdam 2018, with the show featuring a dedicated healthcare segment.”


EXPLORE THE ISSUES Running from 10.00AM to 4.00PM on Wednesday 16 May, the Healthcare Cleaning Forum will feature a diverse programme of seminar sessions delivered by a number of international experts in their field. It will explore key topics, develop awareness of the importance of cleaning, and discuss the latest research – all with the aim of increasing patient safety and reducing antibiotic use.


The sessions taking place at the Healthcare Cleaning Forum will investigate a range of areas, including: better methods for how to educate, train and improve cleaning; understanding cleaning in relation to safety (for patients and staff); the economic impact, and how it can alleviate the financial burden that HAIs place on healthcare organisations; and how to make the most of new research and technologies.


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As well as the seminars, the Healthcare Cleaning Forum will host an executive summary, during which visitors will gain an understanding of the links between IPC and environmental cleaning – along with how it can positively impact patient outcomes. There will also be a global Q&A session, when attendees will be invited to share their perspectives and challenges.


“The Healthcare Cleaning Forum is the first event of its kind to bring healthcare and cleaning professionals together.”


The Healthcare Cleaning Forum is the first event of its kind to bring healthcare and cleaning professionals together – and will be a key step towards providing effective infection prevention and control, with the ultimate aim of improving patient safety.


Please note, a registration fee of €30 per person applies for The Healthcare Cleaning Forum 2018.


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