The Network has now been transfered to the National Association for Public Safety Infection Control Officers - NAPSICO

Please sign up at NAPSICO.org

Many people in the medical, dental, and public safety communities feel overwhelmed by infection control issues. There is a need for accurate, straightforward, and practical information at a reasonable cost. The Infection Control Network was formed to provide comprehensive assistance in meeting your infection control information needs. Our staff of experts trained in infection control issues is available to answer your questions on an ongoing basis.

For an annual fee of $60, members of the Network receive the following benefits:

  • A bi-monthly newsletter, The Source, with up-to-date information on communicable diseases as well as legislative, regulatory, and legal developments regarding infection control tailored to the either the law enforcement or medical/dental practice communities.

  • Access to the Network staff of infection control and regulatory compliance professionals for fast answers to your pressing questions, through a toll-free "800" number.

The Source Newsletter

NAPSICO offers The Source newsletter to members of the Infection Control Network. This bimonthly newsletter comes in two editions to help keep Network members abreast of current infection control issues. One newsletter is tailored for the medical and dental community and the other for law enforcement, fire/rescue, and ambulance service personnel.

Visit our webstore to become a member and subscribe to The Source.

For more information contact us at - www. NAPSICO.org

Are you a Baby Boomer?

Get tested for Hepatitis C. The CDC is asking for a one time screen for Hepatitis C. Case rates are higher in this age group.

Age group includes persons born between 1945 and 1965.  Rapid testing is an appropriate means for testing.

Tdap Booster Notice

CDC now recommends Tdap boosters for grandparents over 64 who care for young children. Outbreaks currently across the country.

Remember- all healthcare workers are to have a one time booster of Tdap to protect against whooping cough!

Hepatitis C News

2014 - New - Two new drugs approved by FDA that "cure" 80% to 95% plus of HCV cases. Good results for person who did not respond to previous treatment. Milder side effects.