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Free Infection prevention and Control Teleclass Education

Continuous IPC education is essential for IPC professionals. Teleclass Education by Webber Training Inc will provide the best possible infection prevention and control information, to the widest possible audience, with the fewest barriers to access. It is free to register as a Webber Training Member. Also, because of a quirk of the teleclass registration area on www.webbertraining.com, members from LMIC can register for any teleclass without cost. Just register for one or more teleclasses, even ones that have a registration fee, and you will receive an invoice for $0.

Free Infection prevention and Control Teleclass Education

Free Infection prevention and Control Teleclass Education

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Posted by admin - May 30, 2016 at 7:45 am

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Global Health Leaders Fellowship

Infectious diseases remain the overwhelming cause of mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. A fundamental missing piece in prevention and control of epidemics and pandemics is a strong policy framework for public health activities across sectors. Due in part to health workforce shortages, leadership responsibilities have been assigned throughout the systems to professionals who have a limited opportunity for training in policy formulation and implementation. Chatham House is uniquely positioned to work with the ascending leadership in West Africa to close this skill gap.

Global Health Leaders Fellowship

Global Health Leaders Fellowship

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Posted by admin - May 19, 2016 at 2:40 pm

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Bundle Decreases Infections in High-Risk Surgeries

The researchers studied SSIs in patients who underwent staging laparotomy for uterine cancer, ovarian cancer debulking without bowel resection, or ovarian cancer debulking with bowel resection.

 

Bundle Decreases Infections in High-Risk Surgeries

Bundle Decreases Infections in High-Risk Surgeries

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Posted by admin - May 15, 2016 at 2:39 pm

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