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OSAP 2015 Symposium Infection Control Coordinators

OSAP 2015 Symposium: Infection Control - Gaining the Edge 

TITLE    Infection Control Coordinators



DESCRIPTION Written policies and standard operating procedures are important elements of every infection prevention program.   Compliance with the written program is facilitated when there is leadership and oversight on a day-to-day basis.   CDC recommends that an infection-control coordinator (e.g., dentist or other DHCP) knowledgeable or willing to be trained be assigned responsibility for coordinating the program. This presentation will explore role(s) and responsibilities of the Infection Control Coordinator (ICC) in planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating the infection prevention program and ensuring compliance with related regulatory requirements.





Kathy Eklund RDH MHP






After attending this program, participants should be able to:

  • Describe key roles and responsibilities of the Infection Control Coordinator.
  • Describe education and training indicated for an  Infection Control Coordinator
  • Identify tools and resources to facilitate program planning, implementation and evaluation.





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