Infection Prevention & Control in the Wake of COVID-19
IKEEP. Prof. Gonzalo Bearman, Prof. Shaheen Mehta, Prof. Ziad Memish, Prof. Victor Rosenthal, Dr. Michael Stevens, Dr. Michelle Doll and Prof. Sade Ogunsola . 03/16/21; 315477
  Prof. Gonzalo	Bearman, Prof. Shaheen Mehta, Prof. Ziad Memish, Prof. Victor Rosenthal, Dr. Michael 	Stevens, Dr. Michelle Doll and Prof. Sade Ogunsola
Prof. Gonzalo Bearman, Prof. Shaheen Mehta, Prof. Ziad Memish, Prof. Victor Rosenthal, Dr. Michael Stevens, Dr. Michelle Doll and Prof. Sade Ogunsola
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Abstract
Infection Prevention & Control in the Wake of COVID-19

Objectives: The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted both challenges and opportunities for infection control practices at healthcare facilities around the globe. In this moderated discussion, infection prevention and control experts will describe how they responded to the pandemic and what they did to quickly adapt existing healthcare protocols. Speakers will describe how these approaches and the lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic can help us better prepare for future outbreaks. Questions addressed during this webinar will include:
  • Will the re-use of personal protective equipment become standard practice in the future?
  • What can we expect in terms of face mask requirements over the next few years?
  • How can surveillance, reporting, and laboratory structures established during the pandemic be maintained in the future?

Experts will answer these questions and others posed by our audience.
Infection Prevention & Control in the Wake of COVID-19

Objectives: The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted both challenges and opportunities for infection control practices at healthcare facilities around the globe. In this moderated discussion, infection prevention and control experts will describe how they responded to the pandemic and what they did to quickly adapt existing healthcare protocols. Speakers will describe how these approaches and the lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic can help us better prepare for future outbreaks. Questions addressed during this webinar will include:
  • Will the re-use of personal protective equipment become standard practice in the future?
  • What can we expect in terms of face mask requirements over the next few years?
  • How can surveillance, reporting, and laboratory structures established during the pandemic be maintained in the future?

Experts will answer these questions and others posed by our audience.

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