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    Glenys Harrington
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    Glenys Harrington

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    Hi All,

    See below extended registration for APSIC Preconference workshops for The Hybrid Edition, APSIC 2022, 10th International Congress of the Asia Pacific Society of Infection Control, being held in Singapore 28-31 July 2022

    Regards

    Glenys

    Glenys Harrington

    Consultant

    Infection Control Consultancy (ICC)

    P.O. Box 6385

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    Australia, 3004

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    E: infexion@ozemail.com.au

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    Invest in Knowledge. Register for Pre-Congress Workshops Today!

    Join us and become a part of a valuable infection control community, conveying knowledge about current practices, and future developments in various infection control disciplines.

    APSIC 2022 will bring together hundreds of like-minded professionals, researchers and industry representatives globally to share an unforgettable experience together.

    *Exchange insights, broaden your horizons, generate new ideas and take part in interactive pre-congress workshops in-person
    *Interact with presenters, industry representatives and other participants
    *Access to all video-on-demand on our virtual platform for up to 2 months after the congress

    Enjoy a discount of up to $300 when you register for a pre-congress workshop and main congress. Use promocode EBCCFX2B when you checkout today!

    First in first served until capacity met. Don’t miss out!

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    Pronocode applicable for in-person delegates only.

    Adapting Infection Prevention and Control for Outbreak Preparedness, Readiness and Response in Different Contexts and for Different Outbreaks

    28 July 2022 (Thursday), 0830 – 1230 (GMT+8)
    Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Meeting room 311, Level 3

    Prof Dale Fisher
    Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN), Singapore

    Dr Benedetta Allegranzi
    World Health Organisation (WHO), Switzerland

    * GOARN – Dr Sharon Salmon, Renee Christensen

    * WHO – Dr April Baller, Victoria Willet

    In this workshop, you will be introduced to IPC management and response approaches of World Health Organisation (WHO), the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN) and the Global Infection Prevention and Control Network (GIPCN). Learn and use the available tools and resources from WHO for IPC preparedness, readiness and response and apply these lessons and tools through case studies and group work.

    Endoscopy Safety – A Shared Responsibility

    28 July 2022 (Thursday), 0830 – 1230 (GMT+8)
    Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Meeting Room 325, Level 3

    A/Prof Ling Moi Lin
    Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

    NM Beth Wardle
    The Wesley Hospital, Australia

    * ANC Wang Chunhong, Changi General Hospital

    * SMIS Lai Kah Mun, Singapore General Hospital

    This half-day workshop is designed to provide sterile reprocessing nurses and technicians with greater insight into their clinical practices. The workshop aims to enhance and integrate knowledge and skills through best practices that promote patient safety and medical devices safe handling.

    Hands On Hand Hygiene Observations – Interactive Discussion of Practical Examples

    28 July 2022 (Thursday), 0830 – 1230 (GMT+8)
    Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Meeting Room 326, Level 3

    Prof Didier Pittet, MD, MS, CBE
    University of Geneva Hospitals and Faculty of Medicine, Switzerland

    Dr Ermira Tartari
    University of Malta, Malta

    This interactive workshop aims to discuss the fundamental components of the Multimodal Hand Hygiene Improvement Strategy and describe the concept of the patient zone and the healthcare zone. Participants will join the discussions and apply the 5 moments for Hand Hygiene direct observations in real scenario based case studies, use and apply the hand hygiene observation monitoring tool.

    Linking Infection Control & Product Evaluation – A Necessity for Patient and Staff Safety

    28 July 2022 (Thursday), 0830 – 1230 (GMT+8)
    Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Meeting Room 324, Level 3

    Ms Patricia Ching, RN, CPHQ
    WHO Collaborating Centre for Infection Disease Epidemiology & Infection Control, School of Public Health, University of Hong Kong
    Hong Kong SAR

    Product evaluation is a fundamental component of the infection control activities that help promotes a culture of patient and staff safety. Majority of the initiatives to eliminate health care-associated infections (HAI) impact the product evaluation process in health care settings. In this workshop, aims to discuss how infection control and product evaluation is linked, and the role of IPCP in product evaluation.

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