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IPAC Canada – the smart way to advance infection prevention and control best practice every day.


Welcome to IPAC Canada*

*Google Translate provides 'IAPC Canada' as the acronym which is used throughout this French website. The true acronym is 'PCI Canada'; however, the website translation cannot be changed.

IPAC Canada is a multidisciplinary member-based association committed to public wellness and safety by advocating for best practices in infection prevention and control in all settings.


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World Patient Safety Day Celebration September 17, 2019

Join the Canadian Patient Safety Institute and the WHO Collaborating Centre for Patient Safety and Patient Engagement in celebrating World Patient Safety Day, September 17, 2019. For the first time, the world will come together in a commitment to recognize patient safety as a key health priority after the day was established at the recent World Health Assembly in May. Participate by watching the patient safety documentary, To Err is Human, followed by a healthcare leader panel discussion. Registration . Participate on Social Media using #Patientsafety and #WorldPatientSafetyDay - share your stories!

IPAC Canada Corporate Members

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Platinum:
Ecolab BD Prescientx SC Johnson
Silver:
HandyMetrics
Hygie Sage
Vernacare
Webber
Silver:
Arjo Cantel Chemaqua Citron Hygiene CSA Group
Bronze:
Stevens Ophardt Steris Scican Wood Wyant
BRONZE:
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