Webber Training - Upcoming Teleclasses

    • Using the right model to calculate the financial implications of Clostridium difficile infection

      Date: January 18th, 2018

      Time: 10:30 am PST

      Speaker: Dr. Mairead Skally, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin

      Objectives:

      • Assess different models to estimate the full extent of the financial cost of C. difficile infection in a hospital
      • Identify and evaluate the fixed and the variable costs
    • Practical approaches for monitoring cleaning in healthcare facilities

      Date: January 25th, 2018

      Time: 10:30 am PST

      Speaker: Curtis Donskey, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland

      Objectives:

      • Appreciate the importance of monitoring and feedback in improving cleaning
      • 
Understand the advantages and disadvantages of different monitoring methods
      • 
Be aware of the need to monitor cleaning of portable equipment
    • Patients are your partners: Why and how this partnership works

      Date: February 8th, 2018

      Time: 10:30 am PST

      Speaker: Ioana Popescu, Canadian Patient Safety Institute, Judy Birdsell and Kim Neudorf, Patients for Patient Safety Coalition

      Objectives:

      Discuss patient engagement in infection prevention and control linking this topic with the Engaging Patients guide

    • Refugee health: A new perspective for infection prevention and control

      Date: February 15th, 2018

      Time: 10:30 am PST

      Speaker: Prof. Ruth Carrico, University of Louisville

      Objectives:

      • Describe the process of refugee resettlement
      • 
Review existing surveillance processes for refugee health and the conditions identified
      • 
Explore the impact of refugee health from the perspective of the refugee as a patient, as a community member, and as an employee

 

PICNet posts the Webber Teleclass schedule 1-2 months ahead; if you’d like to see the full year’s schedule, you can view it on the Webber Training website.