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The resource is now fully updated and available to access in the In it together to Get it Right: Practical Application of SICPs and TBPs page.
The January issue of NES IPC Education Team newsletter is now out.
The spotlight article is about the IPC Education Team rebranding.
Please note that the term ‘alcohol-based hand rub (ABHR)’ has now been updated to ‘hand rub’ in the National Infection Prevention and Control Manual (NIPCM). A hand rub (alcohol or non-alcohol based) can be used if it meets the required standards. Please see further information in the hand hygiene products literature review.
All educational resources on the IPC Zone will be updated in due course.
This change does not have any implications for hand hygiene practice.
The resources module has been temporarily removed as they are currently under review.
The september issue of ARHAI newsletter is now out.
The spotlight article is about the Antimicrobial Resistance Resources.
Our NES IPC Education Team Newsletter is issued quarterly, on the first Friday of each quarter. The next newsletter will be published on 3rd May 20224
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