Earn Free CEU’s and Learn About Hospital Acquired Infections

Please join guest speaker Nancy Chobin in a Case Medical sponsored Free Educational Seminar on June 19th! The topic is Hospital Acquired Infections and Prevention.

Click here to register. Simply choose the time that best fits your schedule and click register on the next page.

We are all aware of the growing number of hospital acquired infections and the importance of proper cleaning and decontamination. This topic is now newsworthy and being followed regularly in the media. Education and knowledge are the keys to proper processing.

Case Medical would like you to join Nancy Chobin in a comprehensive online seminar. Nancy Chobin has been a leader in healthcare education and is an internationally known speaker and author of topics pertaining to sterile processing, materials management and the operating room.

Topic: Hospital Acquired Infections and Prevention
Date: Tuesday, June 19th
Times: Morning Session at 9:30AM and Afternoon Session at 4:00PM

  • Define Hospital Acquired Infections and review how they are transmitted
  • Understand the importance of sterile processing in infection prevention
  • Review methods to prevent cross contamination and improve patient safety by proper reprocessing and handling of devices
  • Discuss the importance of certification and competencies for sterile processing personnel

Host: Nancy Chobin
CEU: 1.5 credits from IAHCSMM and the CBSPD

There are two sessions available to register for. Simply choose the time that best fits your schedule and click register!

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