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A Collaboration of IPAC Canada and CHES
The Role of the Multi Disciplinary Team



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IPAC Canada Members can now receive an education credit towards their CIC® recertification by attending IPAC Canada educational webinars.

This is to comply with recertification requirements of the Certification Board of Infection Control (CBIC). CBIC has approved the use of a generic certificate of completion which will be available for download at the end of the webinar.

1 IPU per hour is approved for IPAC Canada webinars.

The Certificate will be available to all participants to download.

Date: Wednesday, November 22, 2023
Time: 0900 PT, 1000 MT, 1100 CT/SK, 1200 ET, 1300 AT, 1330 NL
Duration: 1.0 Hour
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The purpose of the webinar is to help IPAC Canada and CHES members to understand the importance of the Multi-Disciplinary team (MDT). Understand the roles of the MDT members. To understand the pros and cons of the MDT, and to  know what is important to make the MDT work.


Wayne Stokes

WAYNE STOKES is a 1977 graduate of the College of Trades and Technology (now known as the College of the North Atlantic) Architectural Technician program. He has worked in the mechanical and electrical engineering consulting field and then moved to the Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Government, where he worked with the Department of Works and Transportation, Building Design Division, as an Architectural technician and Architectural Design Coordinator for 14 years. Wayne then went on to a private consortium of PCL- ACKER-STORN- STEEN – BECKER (PASSB) on the construction of the Hibernia offshore oil production platform (Topsides) as the Architectural Engineer. From there he went into the Health Care sector as the Facilities Manager for the Salvation Army Grace General Hospital. Going back to the private sector he was the Facilities Manager for the Delta Hotel Management Group. From 2003 to present day, Wayne has been with the Newfoundland  and Labrador Health Services, as a Facilities Support Coordinator,  Project Coordinator for the New Long-Term Care Facilities Projects and presently he is a Senior Project Manager for the Capital Planning, Infrastructure  and Engineering  Department.