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Infection Prevention and Control of                   Caregivers and Families  

Keeping you and loved ones safe from infection

Best practices in infection prevention and control for caregivers and families

Course Information

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What is involved in the ​course?

Infection Prevention and Control is a free self-paced course delivered entirely online. This learning model enables you to work through the modules at your own pace and directs you to a wide variety of helpful resources on infection prevention and control best practices. 

Recognized by healthcare professionals and associations across Canada, this course will help you learn best practice techniques in infection control to use at home and in community settings such as hospitals and long-term care homes, respecting that every institutional setting also has its own practices.

Because the ​course is delivered entirely online, you ​will need reliable access to a computer and the internet to participate. You will also need an email address to register for the course. ​

Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a co-branded McMaster Continuing Education and Desire2Learn Open Courses Certificate of Completion to recognize your achievement.

For more information, please email ipac@mcmaster.ca.

 

McMaster Continuing Education wishes to thank  The Ontario Caregiver Organization and Healthcare Excellence Canada for their support of the Infection Prevention and Control of Caregivers and Families course.​

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