New Innovation Partner: NSF International

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New Innovation Partner: NSF

For Immediate Release:

For more information, please contact
Michael Diamond, Co-founder of The Infection Prevention Strategy at
michael@infectiontips.org  or visit us at
www.InfectionControl.tips (www.IC.tips) and www.Infectiontips.org

New Innovation Partner: NSF International

‘Advancing Open Access Science’

HAMILTON, Ontario, Canada  – August 1, 2017: The Infection Prevention Strategy is pleased to announce NSF International as an Innovation Partner of the Pan-Access Journal InfectionControl.tips.

NSF International, a global public health organization headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, understands that antibiotic resistance and infectious disease can contribute to serious health threats. As a new innovation partner, NSF International will support the Infection Prevention Strategy’s global efforts by providing independent, open and evidence-based scientific research. Their support is a critical component toward our efforts and global teams, working with us to provide independent and open access, evidence-based science.

This new partnership will greatly increase the offerings of the IC.tips Sudden Science program.

Join. Contribute. Make A Difference. 

About InfectionControl.tips –

The Infection Prevention Strategy is a Not-For-Profit organization that operates both globally and locally. We perform scientific studies and evaluations. We promote and communicate results and experiences through our Pan-Access publication, InfectionControl.tips  – www.IC.tips

About NSF International –

NSF International (nsf.org) is a global independent organization that writes standards, and tests and certifies products for the health sciences, water, food, and consumer goods industries to minimize adverse health effects and protect the environment. Founded in 1944, NSF is committed to protecting human health and safety worldwide. Operating in more than 170 countries, NSF International is a Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center on Food Safety, Water Quality and Indoor Environment.

We are Pan-Access: Free to Publish. Free to Access. Accessible Scientific Services.

http://www.nsf.org/

https://infectioncontrol.tips/

http://infectiontips.org/

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Michael Diamond
Co-founder of The Infection Prevention Strategy (TIPS) Michael Diamond is the co-founder of The Infection Prevention Strategy (TIPS), a non-profit organization that recently announced $1,000,000 in Scientific Impact in its first 24 months of operation. Michael is devoted to advancing information and science to address the myriad issues relating to infection prevention and global health. Mr. Diamond is driven by the firm belief that we should not have to wait years for promising technology, ideas and processes to be implemented and accepted. Michael has created a model of information sharing that makes the process of vetting new technologies, implementing successful programs and inspiring innovation, more efficient, more accessible, more global and more collaborative. Michael’s most notable achievement to date is the TIPS online journal, www.IC.tips, a Pan-Access, worldwide collective that extends globally and touches locally. Michael leads teams around the world to develop trials and pilot studies to aid in the discovery of successful research-to-market technological advancements. His global team includes engagers and implementers. Currently represented in 38 countries, and well-established as the world’s largest engagement network, the TIPS motto is: Join. Contribute. Make A Difference.

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