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 Infection Control In Practice (ICIP)          

Infection Control in Practice Team Huddle™ is an interactive guide for infection control staff meetings. The bi-monthly publication features real-life scenarios with checklists on how to prevent negative outcomes. The guides have been developed for team discussion and activities. They are easy to follow and take the entire team through practical applications of infection control while reinforcing the learning with summaries and key takeaways.

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Archive of Past Issues                

NOTE: While every issue of ICIP offers valuable information and education, CE tests will not be accepted for issues published prior to 2013
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2016    Building a Framework for Delivering the Safest Dental Visit™  

 October Vol. 15
No. 5 
Helping the Infection Control Coordinator Build a Framework for the Safest Dental Visit
Set Goals to Motivate for the Safest Dental Visit 

 August

Vol. 15
No. 4

Helping the Infection Control Coordinator Build a Framework for the Safest Dental Visit™ #4
Set Goals to Manage Infection Control Problems

June

Vol. 15
No. 3

Helping the Infection Control Coordinator Build a Framework for the Safest Dental Visit™ #3
Set Goals to Manage Infection Control Problems
April 

Vol. 15
No. 2

Helping the Infection Control Coordinator Build a Framework for the Safest Dental Visit™ #2
Assess Your Current Infection Control Program

February

 

Vol. 15
No. 1

Helping the Infection Control Coordinator Build a Framework for the Safest Dental Visit™ #1
Understand and Take Ownership of the Infection Control Coordinator Position

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7 week ICC Role Planner
12 month IC Program Planner

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2015    Defining the Role of the Infection Control Coordinator               

December 

Vol. 14
No. 6

The Infection Control Coordinator's Role in Maintaining the Safest Dental Visit™
Tools and Resources for Evaluating an Infection Control Program

 October

Vol. 14
No. 5

The Infection Control Coordinator's Role in Maintaining the Safest Dental Visit™
Tools and Resources for the Infection Control Coordinator
 August

Vol. 14
No. 4

The Infection Control Coordinator's Role in Maintaining the Safest Dental Visit™
Defining the Role of the Infection Control Coordinator Part 3
 June

Vol. 14
No. 3

The Infection Control Coordinator's Role in Maintaining the Safest Dental Visit™
Defining the Role of the Infection Control Coordinator Part 2
 April

Vol. 14
No. 2

The Infection Control Coordinator's Role in Maintaining the Safest Dental Visit™ 
Defining the Role of the Infection Control Coordinator Part 1
 February

Vol. 14
No. 1

Set The Stage For Maintaining The Safest Dental Visit™
The Case for Designating a Dental Safety Coordinator
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2014    Defining The Safest Dental Visit™              

December

Vol. 13
No. 6

The Safest Dental Visit™
Asepsis After Patient Treatment - Part 2

October

Vol. 13
No. 5

The Safest Dental Visit™
Asepsis After Patient Treatment - Part 1
September

Vol. 13
No. 4

The Safest Dental Visit™
Asepsis During After Patient Treatment
July

Vol. 13
No. 3

The Safest Dental Visit™
Before Patient Treatment – Preparing for a Safe Patient Visit 
May

Vol. 13
No. 2

The Safest Dental Visit™
Dental Health Care Personnel - The Backbone of Infection Prevention
March

Vol. 13
No. 1

The Safest Dental Visit™
Who is Managing Your Safety Culture?
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2013    Navigating Your Course to Infection Prevention and Safety            

December

Vol. 12
No. 6

Navigating Your Course to Infection Prevention and Safety
Steering Toward Patient Safety

October

Vol. 12
No. 5

Navigating Your Course to Infection Prevention and Safety
Plotting a Course to Infection Prevention Through Immunization
August

Vol. 12
No. 4

Navigating Your Course to Infection Prevention and Safety
Plotting a Course Around Infection Prevention Pitfalls
June

Vol. 12
No. 3

Navigating Your Course to Infection Prevention and Safety
Microbes That Challenge the Journey to Safe Dental Care
April

Vol. 12
No. 2

Navigating Your Course to Infection Prevention and Safety
Continuing Your Journey to Safe Dental Care
March

Vol. 12
No. 1

Navigating Your Course to Infection Prevention and Safety
Set Your Course for Safe Dental Care
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2012    Empower Through Connections               

December

Vol. 11
No. 6

Empower Through Connections
Empower by Connecting with Research

October

Vol. 11
No. 5

Empower Through Connections
Empower by Connecting with People
September

Vol. 11
No. 4

Empower Through Connections
Empower by Connecting with Products
June

Vol. 11
No. 3

Empower Through Connections
Empower by Connecting with Compliance
May

Vol. 11
No. 2

Empower Through Connections
Empower by Connecting with Places
March

Vol. 11
No. 1

Empower Through Connections
Connect with Policies and Training
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2011    Empowerment for Infection Control               

December

Vol. 10
No. 6

Series on Empowerment
Important/Emerging Issues

October

Vol. 10
No. 5

Series on Empowerment
Frequently Asked and Answered Questions
August

Vol. 10
No. 4

Series on Empowerment
Make and Keep Objects Safe for Use
June

Vol. 10
No. 3

Series on Empowerment
Avoid Contact with Blood and Other Body Fluids
April

Vol. 10
No. 2

Series on Empowerment
Limit the Spread of Contamination
February

Vol. 10
No. 1

Series on Empowerment
Take Action to Stay Healthy
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2010    Series on Consequences          

December

Vol. 9
No. 6

Series on Consequences
Are You Keeping Your Patients Safe

November

Vol. 9
No. 5

Series on Consequences
First Do No Harm
August

Vol. 9
No. 4

Series on Consequences
What's Growing on Your Instruments
June

Vol. 9
No. 3

Series on Consequences
Are you Exposing Yourself - Part 2
April

Vol. 9
No. 2

Series on Consequences
Are you Exposing Yourself - Part 1
February

Vol. 9
No. 1

Series on Consequences
The Spread of Diseases
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2009    Infection Control Through the Lens of Circumstances             

December

Vol. 8
No. 6

Series on Circumstances
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

November

Vol. 8
No. 5

Series on Circumstances
High-Tech Infection Control
September

Vol. 8
No. 4

Series on Circumstances
Bringing the Outside In
August

Vol. 8
No. 3

Series on Circumstances
Special Patients
May

Vol. 8
No. 2

Series on Circumstances
When "Stuff" Happens
March

Vol. 8
No. 1

Series on Circumstances
So You Just Became the OSC - What do you do now?
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2008    Infection Control Through the Lens of Location            

December

Vol. 7
No. 6

Series on Compartmentalizing
Ending the Day

October

Vol. 7
No. 5

Series on Compartmentalizing
Support Equipment
August

Vol. 7
No. 4

Series on Compartmentalizing
The Instrument Processing Room
June

Vol. 7
No. 3

Series on Compartmentalizing
The Operatory
May

Vol. 7
No. 2

Series on Compartmentalizing
The Reception Room
March

Vol. 7
No. 1

Series on Compartmentalizing
Before You Walk in the Door
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2007                 

December

Vol. 6
No. 8

Infection Control FAQs

November

Vol. 6
No. 7

Creating a Successful Infection Control Program
October

Vol. 6
No. 6

Immunosuppression and Dental Treatment
 August

Vol. 6
No. 5

Close-Up on the Dental Unit
May 

Vol. 6
No. 4

Evolving Infection Control Issues
April

Vol. 6
No. 3

Immunology and Allergy Issues
February

Vol. 6
No. 2

The ABCs of Hepatitis
January

Vol. 6
No. 1

A Visit From the Safety Inspector
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2006               

November

Vol. 5
No. 8

The Number One Infection Control Practice

October

Vol. 5
No. 7

Managing Dental Office Waste
August

Vol. 5
No. 6

Beyond Biofilms: Understanding the Regulation of Devices and Products for Dental Water Treatment
July

Vol. 5
No. 5

Safety is More than Infection Control
May

Vol. 5
No. 4

New Technologies = Challenges in Asepsis
April

Vol. 5
No. 3

Where Are Your MSDSs?
February

Vol. 5
No. 2

Pandemic Pandemonium
January

Vol. 5
No. 1

Safety and Infection Control Report Card
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2005                  

November

Vol. 4
No. 8

All Eyes on You - The Patient's Perspective

October

Vol. 4
No. 7

Ergonomics - Not Just Another Pain in the Neck
August

Vol. 4
No. 6

Staying Healthy at Work
July

Vol. 4
No. 5

Beyond the Bloodborne in Infection Control
May

Vol. 4
No. 4

Surface Disinfectants for Dentistry
April

Vol. 4
No. 3

Setting up and Maintaining a Dental Office Safety Program
February

Vol. 4
No. 2

New Radiation Safety Guidelines for Dental Offices
January

Vol. 4
No. 1

New Instrument Reprocessing Technologies
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2004               

November

Vol. 3
No. 8

Safe Dentistry Under Uncommon Conditions

October

Vol. 3
No. 7

Infection Control for Oral Surgical Procedures
August

Vol. 3
No. 6

Influenza
July

Vol. 3
No. 5

Sterilization Center Design
May

Vol. 3
No. 4

Managing Exposures
April

Vol. 3
No. 3

Managing Environmental Surfaces
February

Vol. 3
No. 2

Biofilm and Dental Unit Waterlines
January

Vol. 3
No. 1

OSAP Check-Up: 2003 CDC Guidelines
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2003                

November

Vol. 2
No. 8

Infection Control and Dental Radiography

October

Vol. 2
No. 7

Sterilization Monitoring
August

Vol. 2
No. 6

Instrument Reprocessing
July

Vol. 2
No. 5

Instrument Cleaning
May

Vol. 2
No. 4

Disease Update: Hepatitis C
April

Vol. 2
No. 3

Annual Infection Control & Safety Checkup
February

Vol. 2
No. 2

Personal Protective Equipment
January

Vol. 2
No. 1

Hand Hygiene
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2002                 

November

Vol. 1
No. 5

Devices with Sharps Safety Features

October

Vol. 1
No. 4

Bonus: Position Paper on Percutaneous Injury Prevention
August

Vol. 1
No. 3

Demystifying Disinfectants
July

Vol. 1
No. 2

Achieving OSHA Compliance, Rules and Regulations for the Dental Office
May/June

Vol. 1
No. 1

Choosing Infection Control & Safety Products

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