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Successfully spreading good practice

Successfully spreading good practice

Congratulations to the Infection Prevention & Control Service on their 5th hugely successful 'Cleaning up on infection...spreading good practice' study day which they held last month.

Attended by health and social care professionals from all over the North West, the day gave staff from a wide range of health and social care settings (including hospices, care homes, NHS and private hospitals, dental and GP practices) the opportunity to hear from inspiring speakers who brought personal experience, expertise and knowledge around their subjects.

Feedback has been extremely positive with delegates commenting:

"Enjoyable, interesting and informative day"

"Best training event yet, and certainly well worth attending!"

"Excellent event - opened my eyes and put into perspective just how important infection control really is."

Take a look at the presentations from the day...


Look out for next year's event, and be sure to book your place!

Last Updated: Wednesday, 02 November 2016 14:56

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