Guidelines and Best Practice Documents

This section contains links to or attached documents that represent evidence based practice in infection prevention & control. The section is divided into topics and subject matters.

APIC IPC Resources for natural disasters

APIC have produced a number of infection prevention and control resources for use in natural disasters.

APIC webpage for resources

 

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Cleaning Standards for Victorian Health Facilities 2011

The IPCNC endorses these standards for use in NZ facilities. Available as a pdf document here or via the website.

The Victorian cleaning standards were first published in 2000 and were reviewed and updated in 2005, 2009 and again in late 2010.

The 2010 changes were limited to correcting inconsistent terminology and the provision of information in areas where the content was seen as ambiguous.

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