Infection Prevention

Infection Prevention

Infection Prevention

HIV Prevention: Embracing Imbokodo

HIV Prevention: Embracing Imbokodo

Disclosures: InfectionControl.tips and the authors declare no conflict of interest and did not receive compensation for the following article. Introduction Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a bloodborne pathogen that...

TIPS: Making A Difference: Ryerson University

On Monday February 5th, 2018, The Infection Prevention Strategy will be hosting and presenting at Ryerson University as part of the Planetary Health Commission...
Call to Action: NSF Legionella 2018 Conference

NSF Legionella 2018 Conference

Abstract We tend to think of the developing world when addressing issues of safe water, but even in the developed world, there is significant risk...
2018 TIPS Sudden Science Research Grant

TIPS Sudden Science Research Grant

Call to Action 2018 TIPS Sudden Science Research Grant Submission Deadline: May 11, 2018 Grant Amount: Up to $35,000 USD* NOTE: Due to multiple requests for extensions, which the funding...
Our Darkest Hour: Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Our Darkest Hour: Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Abstract In times of tragedy, people have to band together to work towards one cause. In this article, a medical laboratory professional describes her experiences...
2018 Healthcare Symposium

2018 Healthcare Symposium

Abstract The Healthcare symposium takes a multi-faceted approach to improving patient outcomes through hospital design and management by bringing together clinicians, engineers, and architects. On...
Empowering Patients is Critical to Decreasing HAIs

Empowering Patients is Critical to Decreasing HAIs

Abstract Hand hygiene is the best method to prevent the transmission of infections. Hand hygiene for hospitalized patients sounds obvious – something that should be...
What really happens when I get a #Flu vaccine?

What really happens when I get a #Flu vaccine?

Abstract Seasonal flu is a serious, highly contagious respiratory illness caused by the influenza virus. In the United States, approximately five to 20 percent of...
Hypochlorous Acid: Harnessing an Innate Response

Hypochlorous Acid: Harnessing an Innate Response

Abstract: Human pathogens are becoming resistant to antibiotics developed over the past century, and common infections once routinely managed by conventional antibiotics can now become...
Bedbugs A growing, but manageable concern

Bedbugs: A Growing, but Manageable Concern

Abstract Bedbugs are spreading at an alarming rate and are a pest of great public health importance. To date, bedbugs have not been known to...