From the President

A very big welcome to 2015 - I hope that you have had a wonderful and restful break over the Christmas period.

As usual the health system throws up challenges everyday and as ICP's we are always up for the challenge.

We start the year with an program of member education events including journal club meetings, sharps webinar series - remember all you need is a phone for the webinars.

Planning is well underway for this years conference in Hobart with the keynote speakers now confirmed. Last year's conference was an outstanding success and we are looking forward to a similar result at the Grand Chancellor Hotel in November.

There is no doubt that we face many and varied challenges in the areas of antibiotic resistance, infectious disease, compliance with basic hand hygiene and environmental cleaning, not to mention the impact of international travel.

Our College is well regarded by our peers and policy makers so I would say to everyone no matter where you are practising to be confident in your role and keep patient safety as the foundation for everything that you do.

Click here for short video interview with Belinda. 
Appointment of Professor Lynn Gilbert- Chair Infection Prevention and Control Expert Advisory Group.
Click here for more information about this appointment. 



This year we have been joined by several new corporate members. Corporate membership is available as a Gold, Silver and Bronze Partner. Each category includes a range of benefits ranging from advertising, access to Healthcare Infection, discounts for seminar and conference registration.

Our corporate members so far this year include;
  • Gold - Baxter, 3M, B Braun & Terumo.
  • Silver- J & J and Whiteley Corporation.
Click here for more information about our corporate membership including prospectus.

The College appreciates the support and engagement with our corporate partners and looks forward to as successful year working with you.


Keynote Speakers - Conference 2015 - Hobart

International speakers are now confirmed for this year's conference to be held in Hobart.

  • Professor Stephen Harbarth – Geneva
  • Professor Patricia Stone – New York
  • Mr Martin Kiernan - London
Registrations open on April 1.
Click here for Conference Flyer
Click here for Conference website

ICP Education Oportunities

 Want to know more about Ebola? MERS-Cov? MDR-TB? and be able to do more about the increasing global threats of healthcare-associated infection and communicable diseases? 

Griffith University has the longest running and most successful tertiary infection prevention and control education program across Australasia, delivered for flexible external study. 

Take the next step in specialised knowledge here.