Friday, October 26, 2018, 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. PT.
The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology, Inc. (APIC) is a multi-disciplinary voluntary international organization. Its purpose is to influence, support and improve the quality of healthcare through the practice and management of infection control and the application of epidemiology in all health settings.
APIC Grand Canyon (APIC GC) was founded in 1982. It is the only APIC chapter in the state of Arizona. With over 170 members, our infection preventionists (IPs) work in various healthcare settings, such as acute care, behavioral health, ambulatory care, and long-term care. Additionally, we have many associate members and industry partners.
Other partners include Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS), Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG), Maricopa County Department of Health, and Arizona’s Healthcare Associated Infection (HAI) Advisory Committee.
Our members are dedicated and passionate about our calling to infection prevention, providing ourselves and our healthcare community with an invaluable collaborative infection prevention resource.
Chapter meetings provide an opportunity to network, exchange evidence-based practices, and participate in educational activities.
APIC GC provides a local presence for APIC, an internationally recognized leader in infection prevention.
Theme: Staying Ahead of the Curve: Best Prevention Practices For the Future
Desert Willow Conference Center
4340 East Cotton Center Boulevard
Phoenix, AZ 85040
Distinguished Conference Faculty Includes:
Dr. William Rutala—Keynote Speaker
Dr. John Hanlin
Dr. Allan Morrison
Maureen Spencer RN, M.Ed.
Morning General Sessions
Afternoon Breakout Sessions for Acute Care and Non-Acute Care Settings
Advances in Disinfection and Sterilization
Facility Water Managment Plan
Surgical Site Infection Prevention
Elizabethkingia Outbreak Investigation
Environmental Services Perspective
Clostridium difficile case studies, NHSN reporting and tracer assessments
CRE in the non-acute setting
Using NHSN to drive action in the non-acute setting
$90–$450 No Refunds