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Infection Prevention and Control for Clinical Office Practice

These IPAC best practices will assist those providing care in clinical office practice (e.g., physicians, dentists, chiropodists and podiatrists, midwives) with IPAC knowledge specific to their practice. IPAC best practices are evidence-based and are intended to:

  • increase awareness about the day-to-day risks of infection acquisition and transmission in clinical office practice.
  • provide practical guidance and tools to minimize such risks.
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IPAC LapsesResources for preventing IPAC lapses

PHO has developed resources to support the prevention of IPAC lapses in clinical office practice and aide in IPAC lapse investigations.


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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):




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