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2015 EventsNational Immunization Awareness Week - April 27-May 3, 2015.
World Hand Hygiene Day - May 5, 2015.
National Infection Control Week - October 19-25, 2015.
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Antibiotic Awareness Week - November 16-22, 2015.
Canadian Patient Safety Week - October 26-30, 2015.
- Employment Opportunity: An Infection Prevention and Control Coordinator is required for the Good Samaritan Society in Edmonton, Alberta More information...
- Employment Opportunity: An Employee Health and Wellness Advisor is required for the Mississauga Halton Community Care Access Centre in Etobicoke, Ontario. More information...
- Announcement of Slate: The Nominating Committee of the Board of Directors of IPAC Canada has put forth the following candidates for positions open as of June 17, 2015:
- President-elect: Molly Blake
- Treasurer: Michael Rotstein
- Director (MD background): Camille Lemieux Additional nomination from the membership for Director (MD background): Mary Vearncombe.
- Urgent Appeal from the Canadian Red Cross: The Canadian Red Cross is urgently seeking experienced IPAC professionals, to assist with the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone for an eight-week term. You can make a difference! More information...
- Employment Opportunity: An IPAC Practitioner is required for Island Health in Port Alberni, Vancouver Island, BC. More information...
- A Message to IPAC Canada Members Re Ebola Preparedness: IPAC Canada wishes to support our members in this time of heightened concern with the ongoing Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) epidemic in West Africa. To date there have been no cases of EVD in Canada, though there have been a number of persons under investigation. The risk of ebolavirus-infected travellers coming to Canada is low but we need to be prepared. Read more about IPAC Canada's initiatives...