Professional Development Framework for IPC Nurses

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Infection Control Practitioners┬┤ Scope of Practice - a Literature Review

September 2008

Prepared for: Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care

Prepared by: Associate Professor Cath Murphy Ms Sue Resnik Infection Control Plus

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CHICA IPC Competency tool

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Scotland IPC framework 2012

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APIC Competency Self-Assessment and Professional Development Plan

Competency Self-Assessment and Professional Development Plan    For proficient and advanced infection preventionists

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UK IPS Outcome Competencies for IPC 2011

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