Webcast to focus on facility-acquired infections, hospital readmissions

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Gail Bennett
Gail Bennett
Long-term care providers continually struggle with healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). They can find answers to the challenge at a McKnight's no-cost webcast at 1 p.m. (Eastern) June 20. During this CEU-approved webcast, providers will learn specific ways to reduce HAIs, as well as how to improve regulatory compliance and how best practices can give you a leg up on the competition.

For full information on the speakers and topics covered or to access the free registration form, click here.

Attendees will learn about adopting a comprehensive approach to infection prevention from lead speakers Gail Bennett, MSN, RN, CIC, and J. Hudson Garrett Jr., Ph.D ,senior director of clinical affairs for PDI.

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