Supporting new and existing infection prevention and control nurses

The College strives to provide a service for all members.

Many IPC nurses work alone in this role within their organisations. This can be especially daunting and the College recognises that novice IPC nurses as well as those who work "in a team of one" may benefit from being able to access expert advice and support.

The attached document lists the names and contact deatils for a number of experienced IPCNC members who are willing to provide advice and support if they are contacted.

In some instances you may like to contact the College Regional Co ordinator for your area who may be able to link you up with a resource person who is within your reach!

Please note that this is not a formal mentoring programme but  rather the provision of a resource that may be beneficial for some IPC nurses.

If you are an experienced IPC nurse and are willing to offer advice and support for novice or sole IPC nurses please send your contact details to the College Secretary.

ipcsecretary@outlook.com

Related Links > List of support members

LATEST NEWS

New Coronavirus may be causing the pneumonia of unknown cause outbreak in China

Friday, 10 January 2020 - A cluster of more than 50 pneumonia cases in China's central Wuhan city may be due to a newly emerging ... MORE

Latest IPCNC newsletter now available for members

Wednesday, 18 December 2019 - The December issue of The Infection Controlla is now available. Great issue with feedback from two IPC conferences and working ... MORE

WHO commemorates the 40th anniversary of Smallpox eradication

On 9 December 1979, the end of smallpox was confirmed to have been eradicated. In Geneva on 13th December this ... MORE

WHO declares DR Congo Ebola outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern

Thursday, 18 July 2019 - Following a meeting of the International Health Regulations Emergency Committee for EVD in the DRC, the WHO declared a Public Health Emergency ... MORE

UK Public Health calls for tatooists and body piercers to undertake IPC training

Friday, 5 July 2019 - The risk of inflammation or infection or other adverse effect from a tattoo, piercing, acupuncture or electrolysis is around 18% ... MORE

View full calendar here