Session 3: Designing work to support infection prevention

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Reliable use of infection prevention measures requires more than education – workflows must be designed to support consistency. This session will focus on strategies to design workflows in physician offices and clinics, particularly proactive approaches and use of data.


  • Describe why training and education alone is insufficient for ensuring consistent use of infection prevention standard practices
  • Provide examples of proactive approaches that increase reliability of infection prevention measures
  • Apply changes to workflow in their own office or clinic


Fran Griffin, RRT, MPA
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