APIC Produces New Guide for Infection Prevention in Ambulatory Care Centers During Disasters

07/23/2013
To help ambulatory care centers protect patients from infection during disasters, the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) has released a new guide which is available as a free, online download. During a disaster, the risk for infection transmission in ambulatory care centers increases, especially if hospitals cannot absorb patient influx and centers need to expand their operations to help address patient surge in the community. Infection Prevention for Ambulatory Care Centers during Disasters provides infection prevention recommendations and resources for the development of an emergency management plan, including recommendations on:   &nb...

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