The Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Certificate…
…is a continuing education certificate designed to meet the basic educational needs of front line health care professionals in, or considering a career in, the field of infection prevention and control.
The IPC Certificate is offered through the University of British Columbia Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology and the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and School of Population and Public Health , in conjunction with the Vancouver Hospital Division of Medical Microbiology and Infection Control. Students were accepted into the first course, PATH 427, in January 2001, with new courses added in subsequent years.
The courses are highly popular and received very favourable reviews from the students, who appreciate both the case-based interactive format and the scheduling flexibility offered to the working professional and adult learner.
To date, 89 students have received the Infection Prevention and Control Certificate.
How to qualify for the certificate.
Find application and registration dates.
See a “sample” of the courses, find links to course outlines, textbook info and order forms.
Find details about clerkship requirements, who can act as a mentor, and how to enrol.
Find out how to request enrolment if you’re a new student or re-enrol if you’re a returning student.
Charlottetown, PEI, Canada, June 18-21
(registration will commence December 2016)