Resources for Preventing Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) Lapses

An infection prevention and control (IPAC) lapse occurs when there is deviation from IPAC best practices resulting in possible infectious disease transmission to patients, clients or staff. We offer resources and advice to support public health units in preventing and investigating lapses in community settings such as clinics, clinical office practices, family health teams, community health and personal services settings.

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PHO Grand Rounds: What Public Health Ontario’s new document “Recommendations for the Prevention, Detection and Management of Occupational Contact Dermatitis in Health Care Settings” can add to EOH and IPAC best practices

This session will summarize a series of evidence-based recommendations for the prevention, early detection and management of occupational contact dermatitis in HCWs, through an interactive and engaging presentation.

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Updated 30 Aug 2019