Five great ways to reach your infection control professionals in Canada!

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IPAC CANADA (Infection Prevention and Control Canada)

IPAC CANADA (Infection Prevention and Control Canada) is a multidisciplinary, professional organization for those engaged in the prevention and control of infections. IPAC Canada was incorporated under the Canadian Corporation Act in 1976 and is a registered non-profit organization. IPAC Canada has over 1500 members.

IPAC Canada is a Not-for-Profit charitable organization whose revenues come from annual membership revenues, conference revenues, commercial advertising and unrestricted grants for specific projects. IPAC Canada does not endorse or recommend the products or services of any commercial entity that advertises on the IPAC Canada website.

IPAC Canada provides communication and education for those involved in infection control activities. Its goal is to prevent infections and as a result improve patient care and staff health in hospitals, other health care facilities, and the community by:

  • initiating and coordinating effective communication and cooperation among all disciplines united by infection control activities
  • supporting and/or developing effective and rational infection control practices standardizing infection control practices
  • promoting research in areas related to infection control
  • promoting and facilitating infection control education for both infection control practitioners and other personnel working in hospitals, long term care/continuing care and related institutions.

Regular Features In Every Issue

Regular Features In Every Issue

  • Feature articles on current issues affecting infection prevention and control in the community and hospitals.
  • In-depth educational information on infection prevention and control practice and studies.

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    Interactive Edition Available Online

    Interactive Edition Available Online

    With print and electronic communication operating hand-in-hand, you can take advantage of the fact that The Canadian Journal of Infection Control is available online in a highly interactive format.

    A user-friendly, interactive Media Rich PDF format that includes:

    1. Active hyperlinks to all websites and emails contained in the publication
    2. Active links to the specific stories from the front cover and contents page
    3. Active links to advertiser websites from their ads


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