Infection prevention and control guidelines in an ambulatory care setting

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“We have taken a pragmatic approach to applying IPAC guidance in our ambulatory setting, and here we identify and describe the 4 key areas where we modified our IPAC program and adapted current guidelines to fit with our setting.” Ng et al (2014).

Reference:

Ng, J., Le-Abuyen, S., Mosley, J. and Gardam, M. (2014) A pragmatic approach to infection prevention and control guidelines in an ambulatory care setting. AJIC: American Journal of Infection Control. 42(6), p.671-673.

Abstract:

The vast majority of infection prevention and control (IPAC) experience and practice guidance relates to the inpatient setting. We have taken a pragmatic approach to applying IPAC guidance in our ambulatory setting, and here we identify and describe the 4 key areas where we modified our IPAC program and adapted current guidelines to fit with our setting.

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