Hospital Infection Control & Prevention – now in its 40th year – offers infection preventionists strategies for success that can be immediately implemented to prevent costly infections. Each monthly issue provides comprehensive, authoritative articles that address your most pressing concerns. Through the newsletter's concise and practical coverage you will:
Gary Evans, executive editor of the AHC infectious diseases group and long-time writer of Hospital Infection Control & Prevention, was awarded First Place in the Newsletter Journalism Award category by the National Press Club in Washington, DC, in 2012 for a special report on patients infected with MRSA.
The HIC coverage also took second place for "Best Analytical Reporting" in that year's Specialized Information Publisher's Association (SIPA) awards. This is Evans' fifth award from the NPC since 1996, including three for First Place. He has also has won four SIPA (formerly NEPA) awards, including First Place for "Best Investigative Reporting" in 1992.
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Faculty: Consulting Editor Patrick Joseph, MD, Chief of Epidemiology, San Ramon (CA) Regional Medical Center and President, California Infection Control Consultants, and Kay Ball, RN, PHd, CNOR, FAAN Perioperative Consultant/Educator K&D Medical Lewis Center, OH
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Target Audience: This activity is intended for infection preventionists, health care epidemiologists and infectious disease physicians
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