This excellent 2 day course is held twice a year and covers the foundations in infection prevention and control. Ideal for those who are a designated lead or link person for IPC and will be beneficial for all levels of staff. Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. Venue: Harrogate District Hospital Lancaster […]
The programme is tailored to attract a wide audience and there is something for everyone. Download: IPS 2016 Conference Harrogate flyer
This one day conference will be of interest to health and social care staff with an interest in infection prevention and control. Download: IPS 2016 Care and at home Conference
This one day conference will be of interest to dental surgeons, dental nurses, infection control support dental nurses, general dental practitioners, orthodontic group nursing managers, special dentist nurses and those with an interest in infection prevention and control. Download: IPS 2016 Dentistry One Day Conference
We are pleased to announce this year’s new Study Day. The Saving Antibiotics for Future Eras (SAFE) Study Day is for both Hospital and Community settings looking at Antibiotic Resistance from a nursing perspective and practical ways to tackle the problem. The Programme includes the following sessions: Antibiotic Resistance – What’s it all about? Don’t be a […]
The Preventing Infection Course (PIC) is a 2 day evidence-based course, held twice a year at Harrogate District Hospital. It is intended to be the foundation for best practice for infection prevention and control and by applying the principles learnt you will demonstrate commitment to high quality care and service user/patient safety. This course will be of benefit […]
We are pleased to announce the 2016 IPS Yorkshire Branch Annual Study Day will be taking place at the Pavilions of Harrogate at the Great Yorkshire Showground. This study day is applicable for staff working in acute care, community, mental health, learning disabilities, care homes, dental service and GP practices. Bookings open from 1 February […]
This study event is aimed at Practice Nurses and Infection Prevention and Control Leads in General Practice.