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COVID19
updated Dec 3, 2020     

Fact Sheet for Recipients & Caregivers

Modern Vaccine

Recent Presentation Updates

  • 2021 OSHA/Infection Control Annual Update Training
    Confused on what to include in your Annual Update Training this year. Infection Control/Emerging Concepts, Inc. has you covered with our PowerPoint presentation with a…
    $95.00
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  • Tuberculosis Training
    A review of the disease, Multi-drug and Extensively resistant strains, current recommendations for TB testing and options to skin testing are all included in this…
    $95.00
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  • Hepatitis C Virus & Treatment
    Slide presentation with script giving a generalized overview of Hepatitis C, current information on risk, mode of transmission and post-exposure management. New available rapid testing…
    $95.00
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  • Transmission-based Precautions
    Identification of how a disease is transmitted will clearly assist in the determination of what type of personal protective equipment is recommended for patient care…
    $85.00
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  • New Influenza Vaccines Slides/script
    There are 5 different influenza vaccines available today.  There may be one that will increase participation in your workplace setting.  This presentation will review all…
    $90.00
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Payment Notice

Beginning November 1st, 2019, IC/EC will no longer accept 'Invoice Later' at the time of registration. All credit card transactions will confirmed with a email confirmation AND an invoice that can be used for record keeping purposes.

The Source Newsletter

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

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.

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

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Are Antibacterial Soaps Safe? Companies say there's no cause for alarm, but studies suggest they may be dangerous. Now the FDA is preparing to rule. 

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