External Event: New Ministry Guidance for Infection Prevention and Control


Where: Online Cost: Free

Ensure your home’s infection prevention and control (IPAC) program is on top of the most current provincial requirements through this overview of the Ministry of Long-Term Care’s newly released IPAC Program Guide. This new guidance reflects the most current directives from the Minister and Chief Medical Officer of Health regarding required elements in the design and implementation of a home’s IPAC program.

Presenting at this webinar is Lane Ilersich, Senior Policy Advisor, Long-Term Care Homes Operations, Ontario Ministry of Long-Term Care

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