Hospital Infection Control & Prevention (Vol. 43, No. 2) - February 1, 2016

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Release date: February 2016

Valid through: February 2019

Target Audience

This activity is intended for infection preventionists and healthcare epidemiologists.


  • Waning prophylactic drugs raise the stakes on infection prevention
  • Think global, act local
  • CMS targets infection control in care transitions
  • Ebola survivors suffer lingering symptoms
  • HCV infections in Utah hospitals linked to drug diverter
  • APIC: Proposed changes to human research rule could have unintended consequences
  • IPs must be involved in construction at the onset
  • Nursing leader: Nurse-to-nurse hostility may go back to ancient competition for men


  • Identify the clinical, legal, or educational issues encountered by infection preventionists and epidemiologists:
  • Describe the effect of infection control and prevention issues on nurses, hospitals, or the healthcare industry in general:
  • Cite solutions to the problems encountered by infection preventionists based on guidelines from the relevant regulatory authorities, and/or independent recommendations from clinicians at individual institutions.


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Faculty Listing


Senior Writer Gary Evans


Medical Editors: Patrick Joseph, MD, Chief of Epidemiology

San Ramon (CA) Regional Medical Center and

President, California Infection Control

Kay Ball, PhD, RN, CNOR, FAAN Associate Professor, Nursing Otterbein UniversityWesterville, OH

AHC Media Associate Managing Editor: Dana Spector

Financial Disclosure

Senior Writer Gary Evans, Associate Managing Editor Dana Spector and Nurse Planner Kay Ball report no consultant, stockholder, speaker’s bureau, research, or other financial relationships with companies having ties to this field of study. Consulting Editor Patrick Joseph, MD, is laboratory director of Genomic Health Inc, CareDx Clinical Laboratory, and Siemens Clinical Laboratory.

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