EIS is a highly competitive, 2-year post-graduate fellowship in applied epidemiology. This CDC program, established in 1951, is a unique combination of on-the-job learning and service. Investigating outbreaks in the field is integral to the EIS experience. As CDC’s disease detectives, EIS officers are among the agency’s first-line rapid responders. EIS officers help public health officials investigate and control infectious disease outbreaks and respond to natural disasters and other threats to the public’s health
Tune in to Safe Healthcare: Unsafe Injection Stories from the Field
Reusing needles and syringes? Yes, these injection safety breaches – and many others – routinely put patients at risk in this country. Don’t miss this webinar exposing the reality of unsafe injection practices! A must-see for every clinician or provider involved in giving and preparing injections, as well as health department officials who respond to issues, this session will help you in;
- follow recommended infection control and prevention practices
- understand and follow safe injection practices and guidelines
Hurry, Early Bird Registration extended to 31 July for ICAN conference. Register Online at www.icancongress2016.org to join this eminent infection prevention and control annual event.