The 2016 Infection Prevention Boot Camp, developed through a statewide collaborative aimed at supporting Kentucky infection prevention professionals in their daily work to reduce health care associated infections and provide quality patient care, will be held March 8-9 in Lexington. The two-day conference builds on foundational skills provided in previous educational offerings and explores topics with emerging importance.
A brochure is available at http://www.kyha.com/docs/EventBrochures/IPBootCamp2016.pdf.
To register for this or any other upcoming KHA events, click on "Events" at www.kyha.com and choose the event you plan to attend.
This training, on Wednesday, November 5, will cover general awareness, safety, security and function specific regulations for shipping infectious substances (Category A and B) and dry ice in accordance with the requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation (49CFR).
Personnel from the Kentucky Division of Laboratory Services will provide the training. The suggested audience is primarily for hospital personnel who have a role in the packaging and shipping of Category A and B infectious substances and who do not have a current certification.
If you have any questions, please contact Dick Bartlett at KHA (502-426-6220 or 800-945-4542 or via email at email@example.com).
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