Session 2: Assessing infection prevention practices in a clinical practice

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How can physicians and their staff know how well infection prevention standards are being followed in their office or clinic setting? Published standards can be used to self-assess and identify gaps and improvement opportunities. Strategies to ensure daily and consistent use of standard measures can lead to sustained success and will be described.


  • Describe how published standards can be used for assessing local practice
  • Use infection prevention standards to self-assess their own office or clinic
  • Implement strategies to ensure daily use of infection prevention measures


Fran Griffin, RRT, MPA
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