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  • Call for Applications - Web Communications Manager: IPAC Canada is seeking a Web Communications Manager to oversee the IPAC Canada website and ensure its continuing usefulness as a resource for Infection Prevention and Control Professionals. The website is currently being revitalized and will be launched at the end of August 2016. More information...
  • House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance - IPAC Canada brief of August 5 2016: IPAC Canada has submitted a brief to the Finance committee advocating for increased funding of infection prevention and control in all settings. More information...
  • Employment Opportunity: A Director, Infection Prevention & Control, is required for Alberta Health Services in Edmonton, Alberta. More Information...
  • Employment Opportunity: A Director, IPC Surveillance, Standards and Projects is required for Alberta Health Services in Calgary, Alberta. More Information...
  • Employment Opportunity: A Coordinator, Infection Prevention & Control and CSR is required for Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences in Whitby, Ontario. This is a temporary fulltime position (until June 2017). Apply by July 22, 2016. More Information...
  • 2016 Poster - Bulk Orders: Bulk orders for the 2016 poster (ICPs - The Core of Infection Prevention and Control) are now available. Use these posters to highlight your Infection Control Week activities in October! More information...
  • Employment Opportunity: An Infection Prevention and Control Specialist/Occupational Staff Immunization is required by the Middlesex Hospital Alliance in Newbury/Strathroy, Ontario. More Information...
  • PHAC Communication on Multidrug-Resistant Candida auris: PHAC has recently learned of a public health alert from US CDC in relation to the global emergence of invasive infections caused by the Multidrug-Resistant yeast organism, Candida auris. While C. auris is not common, it can cause invasive infections associated with high mortality and has also been known to cause outbreaks in healthcare facilities. More information...