The Australasian College for Infection Prevention and Control is the peak body for infection prevention and control professionals (ICPs) in the region. Our members are key practitioners and decision makers in the field of infection prevention and control and include nurses, aged care workers, industry professionals, scientists, academics, educators, and policy makers.
Dear ACIPC Members, The ongoing COVID-19 response requires additional human resource support with...
COVID-19 has created a once-in-a-generation focus on evidence among governments, businesses and...
ACIPC Member Mary-Jane Uyammi was kind enough to share her story as Clinical Nurse and IPC Lead...
ACIPC members may be aware that AS5369 will soon replace AS/NZS4187 and AS/NZS4815, once...
Advertising content: Developed by renowned epidemiologist Professor Mary-Louise McLaws to improve...
Recently, members were invited to submit a short video to be featured in our Covid Stories series...
The College's latest webinar is Psychological PPE: Tips to Enhance Wellness and Manage Stress...
You are invited to participate in an Australian nursing study investigating the impact of COVID-19...
Foundations of IPC Courses
The ACIPC Foundations of Infection Prevention and Control course provides a valuable pathway for further learning and is an important resource for those wishing to pursue a career as an Infection Control Professional.
HIV and Hepatitis Pre and Post Testing Discussion Course
We are excited to announce that the HIV and Hepatitis Pre and Post Testing Discussion Course will be delivered by ACIPC later this year.
This course was previously delivered by the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) at the La Trobe University
Aged Care Masterclass
The ACIPC Aged Care Masterclass is a series of recorded presentations addressing high-level issues in Aged Care Infection Prevention and Control Management, including but not restricted to COVID-19 management in aged care facilities. This course is available online, on demand.
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