IP Hot Topic:Changes and Best Practices from the Field 2024
Infection Prevention Hot Topic: Changes and Best Practices from the Field 2024
January 10, 2024
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (ET)
Infection Preventionists are beginning 2024 with great achievement and lessons learned in the 2023 post-pandemic period. Amid the pandemic, infection prevention’s focus continued to be on “best practices” to prevent health care acquired infections for optimal patient outcomes. The first FHA Infection Prevention Hot Topic for 2024 will be an opportunity to revisit changes and “best practices” from the field.
The webinar series is led by nationally recognized infection prevention expert, Linda Greene, RN, MPS, CIC, FAPIC, and we look forward to having hospital infection preventionists contribute to the discussion. Please join FHA for this important educational program to learn about what your colleagues will be sharing. This virtual event is part of the FHA Infection Prevention webinar series that provides hospital infection preventionists with the latest information, evidence-based practice, and resources for eliminating hospital-acquired infections (HAI).
• Summarize Infection Prevention "best practices" in 2023.
• Identify one "best practice" you would like to implement in your organization.
• Participate in discussion and share "best practices" in your organization
The Florida Hospital Association is an approved provider of
continuing nursing education by the Florida Board of Nursing (under CE
Broker #50-726). Nurses are eligible to receive up to 1.0 hour of
continuing nursing education for attending all three sessions.
Completion of the Evaluation Survey is required to receive CEs. The
survey will close two weeks after the series ends. FHA will report your
CE completion to CE Broker directly once the survey is closed, within
For non-nurse Infection Preventionists to collect IPU units for their CBIC certification:
Please complete the evaluation and request a certificate. The
certificate of attendance is eligible to be submitted for IPU credit per
the CBIC. Please review the CBIC website for additional details.