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Reprocessing in Community Health Care Settings

The Reprocessing in the Community course is intended for health care providers who perform reprocessing tasks (cleaning, disinfection and sterilization of reusable medical equipment/devices) in community settings.

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IPAC Core Competencies Course

Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) core competencies are basic knowledge and skills all health care workers in Ontario need to possess about infection prevention and control, regardless of their role or position, education, experience or culture.     

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 Environmental Cleaning Toolkit

This toolkit supports Environmental Services Managers and Infection Control Professionals to provide staff training in effective procedures for environmental cleaning. It is based on the Provincial Infectious Disease Advisory Committee’s (PIDAC) Best Practices document for Environmental Cleaning for Prevention and Control of Infections in all Health Care Settings.

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Just Clean Your Hands (JCYH)

The JCYH program offers training videos to support the implementation of the JCYH program in hospitals and long-term care homes.

 JCYH training videos for hospitals and long-term care homes are available by following the link below.

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Inservices on Demand

Inservices on Demand are online IPAC presentations designed for self-paced learning.

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Non Acute Care Infection Control Professional (NAC ICP) Training

We are currently evaluating our training and development programs to continue to provide high quality, accessible and relevant programming for our clients. At this time, we are deferring registration for the 2016-17 Non Acute Care Infection Control Professional (NAC ICP) Training  as we explore delivery options.

If you are an infection control professional working in a non-acute care setting such as a long-term care home, public health, or a community agency, and are looking for training resources, please contact your  Regional IPAC Office for further assistance and information.

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