Outbreak Prevention and Response Week
The Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America will be leading Outbreak Prevention and Response Week from September 17-21, 2018. During the week, SHEA and its partners will share resources with healthcare professionals, the infection prevention community, and patients and families on ways to prevent the spread of infectious diseases.
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  • Infection prevention & control
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  • Podcast
  • Webinar recorded
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Podcast Series: Focusing Stewardship
Listen to the following SHEA Podcast Series: "Stewardship: Practical Approaches and Applications (Ripped from the Hallways)." Learn of topics such as Upper Respiratory Infections and the Role of Antimicrobials, The Big Picture on UTI, Changing the Culture of Culturing, and How to impact CDAD rates by antimicrobial stewardship (ASP) activities.
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  • Antimicrobial stewardship
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  • Podcast
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SHEA Epi Project Competition: “Meet the Professor”
This webinar is for any early career investigator who has completed training within the last 5 years and is interested in submitting a project proposal to the Epi Project Competition.
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Journal CME 2019
SHEA's medical journal - ICHE offers readers opportunities to earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Articles designated for CME credit are designed to be the next step in the process of translating clinically relevant, evidence-based recommendations into clinical practice. This will be accomplished through a series of quiz questions specifically designed to assess if practitioners have understood the most important recommendations available and are able to implement them into clinical practice.
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  • Journal
  • Self-study / Enduring
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SHEA Spring 2018 Pre-Conference Workshop
Watch the video recordings - Spreading Information Not Infection: Making Infection Prevention and Hospital Epidemiology Digestible for the Public. Learn how to effectively communicate science to the public as well as the best methods of communication during a crisis situation.
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  • Public reporting
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  • Conference / meeting
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SHEA Spring 2018 Full Conference Recordings
SHEA’s overall goal for SHEA Spring 2018 is for participants to gain valuable knowledge about the latest research and science in healthcare epidemiology, practical skills and strategies to implement this knowledge, and ongoing connections with other professionals in the field of healthcare epidemiology and infection prevention.
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  • Conference / meeting
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Infection Prevention in the Anesthesia Work Area
In this series, the authors of the new SHEA expert guidance, developed in collaboration with ASA and other anesthesia provider organizations, will discuss ways hospitals and healthcare providers may reduce infections associated with anesthesiology in the operating room.
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  • Infection prevention & control
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  • Webinar recorded
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SHEA Connection Tour
The goal of this Webinar is to identify current issues, challenges and opportunities for healthcare epidemiologists, infection prevention professionals and antimicrobial stewards so that SHEA can learn how to best serve our current members today and in the future.
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  • Webinar recorded
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ICHE Reviewer Program 2019
ICHE is the official publication of the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA). The journal is written by infection prevention and control experts and epidemiologists and is guided by its editorial board. ICHE Editors thank you for being a reviewer! Earn your CME credit today
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  • Journal
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  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
Podcast Series: Infection Control Basics
Listen to the SHEA podcast series: Infection Control Basics, and learn about the core concepts such as the infection control/prevention program structure and function, NHSN HAI program definitions and evaluation, and how to differentiate between the surveillance definitions and clinical definitions.
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  • Infection prevention & control
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  • Podcast
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