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US $45

Ins and Outs of Infection Prevention and Control

On Demand


The Ins and Outs of Infection Prevention and Control. An overview of the field of Infection Prevention and Control will be explored.  Practical Job Aids and Learn-By-Doing exercises are provided to ensure the learner has the tools and practice experience to gain exposure to IPC.

Why Take This Course?

This course provides an overview of infection prevention and control (IPC) including: A brief history of IPC; Organizations that influence practice structure and function of an IPC program; As well as the roles and responsibilities of the Infection Preventionist.

Build your skills

Throughout this course you will learn about the creation and monitoring of important IPC program guidelines.

Access helpful job aids

You will also have access to Job Aids that will serve as brief reminders when you need them.  We recommend that you print the Job Aid and have it available.  You will likely be surprised at how many times you use these Job Aids in the workplace.

Practice your skills

To truly build your skills, you need to practice. This course provides a learning environment that allows you to safely practice.  That is the power of an online simulated environment. If you at first don't succeed, you can practice until you do!

Prerequisites and Requirements

There are no prerequisites for this course. See the Technology Requirements for using the Healthcare Learning Innovations courses here.

What Will I Learn?

After taking this training, you'll be able to:

  • Provide an overview of the basic principles of infection prevention and control (IPC)
  • Describe roles and opportunities of an Infection Preventionist (IP)
  • Stimulate interest in the IPC practice

The new skills and knowledge offered will have an immediate impact on your current position, and offer a long-term benefit to your career as you continue to grow as a professional.


RTConnections is a provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider number CEP 16133. The California Board of Registered Nursing requires that all document be kept 5 years after the course ends.

Set yourself up for success and sign up today.