Infection Prevention week!

28 Apr, 2021

Sussex Health and Care Partnership are hosting an Infection Prevention week commencing 3th May 2021. 

 

All of the sessions are free and online and open to anyone with a professional interest in health and care infection prevention, including health and care staff, leaders, community and voluntary organisations, independent care sector teams, and more. The sessions include:

 

  • Ruth May, Chief Nursing Officer, England Opening speaker

  • Lisa Ritchie, Head of Infection Prevention and Control at NHS England and Improvement and Niamh Whittome, Head of Infection Prevention and Control at NHS England and NHS Improvement, NHSE/I Lessons learnt from COVID-19 Pandemic across the UK and the South East region – What is the new normal?

  • Dr Jon Otter, epidemiologist focused on Infection Prevention and Control at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in London Ventilation across health and social care settings following the COVID 19 pandemic

  • Martin Kiernan, University of West London Environmental Hygiene

  • Anna Cottle, University Hospital Sussex NHS Foundation Trust IPC: Back to Basics

  • Jane Jewell, CQC Inspection Manager CQC and Adult Social Care

  • Sharon Reed and Jo Habben, University Hospital Sussex NHS Foundation Trust Serious Incidents

  • Victoria Middleton, Sussex CCGs Stop, Look, Care Training

  • Jit Olk, Head of Quality Improvement · ‎Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust Undertaking Quality Improvement

 

Please feel free to share the link with any of your colleagues who may find this of interest and book your places. 

 

You can book on all of or some of the sessions, whichever would be of interest.  If you have any questions please get in touch.

 

http://www.sussexhealthandcare.uk/2021/04/book-your-place-for-sussex-infection-prevention-development-week/

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