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IPAC Resources

We have compiled a variety of Infection Prevention and Control resource materials for easy access and quick use.

Printed Materials

Printed Materials

 

We have tried to provide you with the most frequently requested posters for infection prevention and control.  Should you find that you can not find what you are looking for, please contact us.

The following documents are all PDFs unless indicated otherwise.

Precaution Posters Specifically for the PCC

Precautions Signs

Hand Hygiene

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Additional Precautions

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Infectious Diseases

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Environmental Support Services

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Outbreak Management

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Specific Procedural Recommendations

Specific Cleaning Instructions

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Policies

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Patient Care Forms

Patient care forms are used by nurses to help assess patient symptoms, to place patients in the correct type of room to fit their needs or to track what types of medications patients are currently receving.  Correct and consistent use of these forms helps to ensure patients recieve the best and most appropriate treatment.

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Care Plans

Care Plans

   

Care Plans are the key to maintaining consistent care for all patients.  They outline not only which precautions to use but also which housekeeping measures to implement, what steps to take and when to take them as well as what visitors and patients can do to help.  Care Plans exist to give health-care workers a clear course of action.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

Please note that some links below are only available to Island Health staff .

 

 

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