The Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Fellowship offers an educational journey into a well-recognised career path for the health care worker on various levels. Patients, healthcare personnel as well as visitors’ safety at home-based and healthcare facility levels are studied in a structured, outcome-based and practical educational environment.
Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases are some of the major threats to life on the planet. Current concerns on outbreaks of resistant organisms are also driven by multiple factors of globalisation. The quest for livelihoods and trade, as well as regional conflicts and endemic poverty, has seen an alarming volume and speed of human and animal population movement. At least one in seven patients entering a South African hospital is at risk of acquiring a hospital associated infection. To prevent the emergence of multidrug-resistant organisms and the spread of diseases in our hospitals and communities, effective training in infection prevention and control is required.
R6 000.00 (for one year’s enrollment in the Fellowship: 14 March – 25 November 2015)
The modules will be based on a handbook from the International Federation of Infection Control (IFIC). Basic concepts of the Infection Control modules include:
Candidates attend a full day class contact session
This course is also available on an e-learning platform*
*E-learning material will be available 2 weeks later than the scheduled face to face course dates.
Health care practitioners, nurses and medical doctors.
Sponsorship available: Please submit a motivation letter with your enrollment should you wish to apply for sponsorship
For more information about the course, please contact:
Telephone: +27 (0)12 434 2591
General enquiries and registration details:
Client Information Centre
Telephone: +27 (0)12 434 2500
Fax: +27 (0)12 434 2505
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