Infectious Diseases & Fungal Nails- Why Personal Protective Equipment is so Important to Health Professionals
HIV Infection Manifesting as Proximal White Onychomycosis
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Niagara Mobile Foot Care/ Niagara School of Foot Care had the honor of being nominated for the women in business awards. We didn't win but it was a great day being acknowledged for all the hard work we do for the community. Congratulations to all the other hard working women in the Niagara Region.
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The Power of Checklists
Checklists are useful resources to ensure consistency and to verify tasks that are necessary, get done. The updated checklists for Infection Prevention and Control in Clinical Office Practice assist in IPAC lapse investigations.
They are also used to conduct inspections, audits and reviews of IPAC programs. Updates include changes to: legislative requirements, risk levels, risk definitions, and formatting for ease of reference.
If you have any questions about the checklists or how to use them, contact your Regional IPAC Office.
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OverviewTitle: New Perspectives for the Holistic Treatment of VLUs (Venous Leg Ulcers)
Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Time: 11:00 AM Central Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
SummaryYou’re invited to join a featured faculty as they share their insights to how they approach the holistic treatment of patients with VLUs. They will discuss their clinical challenges, patient journey considerations and how the KCI portfolio can help clinicians and patients at varying points of their treatment journey. The discussion will include a 40-minute presentation followed by Q&A.
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Sarah Lockbaum RPN, CDE, IIWCC
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