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Our mission is to shape the trajectory of hospital Infection Prevention to ensure adequate staffing, visibility, education, and influence.


Subscriber Numbers

Total Subscriber Count: 11,054
Hospital IP Managers: 1,452
Hospital IP Directors: 2,216
Hospital AVP and VPs: 21
Certified Infection Prevention Professionals: 6,055

Subscriber Job Titles

AVP of Infection Prevention
Executive Director of Infection Prevention
System Director of Infection Prevention
Infection Prevention Director
Infection Prevention Manager
Senior Infection Preventionist
Infection Prevention Coordinator
Infection Prevention Specialist
Infection Preventionist

Engagement Metrics

Average Open Rate: 18.12%
Average Click-Through Rate: 20.32%

Content Highlights

We publish regular videos, podcasts, and articles featuring career insights and recommendations from high-level Infection Prevention professionals across the country.
We publish 20-30 infection Prevention related articles a week, and send out links to 10 of the articles on a weekly basis.
We feature two new video clips of IP professionals each newsletter.

Delivery Schedule

Email Newsletter is sent out weekly, on Tuesday’s at 1PM EST

Audience Demographics

Our newsletter is intended for Infection Prevention professionals of various levels working in the healthcare environment, predominately employed at short term acute care hospitals in the United States. The role of an Infection Prevention professional in a hospital is vital in ensuring patient safety and preventing the spread of infections within the healthcare setting.

Here’s a summary of their responsibilities:

Infection Control Oversight: Infection Prevention Managers are responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining infection control programs and policies within the hospital.
Compliance with Regulations: They ensure that the hospital adheres to local, state, and federal regulations regarding infection prevention and control.
Education and Training: They provide ongoing education and training to hospital staff, including healthcare professionals, on best practices for infection prevention.
Surveillance and Monitoring: Infection Prevention Managers continuously monitor and analyze data related to infections within the hospital, identifying trends and outbreaks to take appropriate action.
Outbreak Management: They play a key role in managing and containing outbreaks of infectious diseases within the hospital, working with healthcare teams to implement control measures.
Environmental Hygiene: They oversee environmental cleaning and disinfection protocols to maintain a clean and safe healthcare environment.
Patient and Staff Safety: They promote and enforce the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and safety protocols to protect both patients and healthcare workers.
Reporting and Documentation: Infection Prevention Managers maintain detailed records of infections, interventions, and outcomes, and report this information to relevant authorities.
Collaboration: They collaborate with other healthcare departments, such as microbiology, nursing, and facilities management, to ensure a coordinated approach to infection prevention.
Quality Improvement: They work on quality improvement initiatives related to infection prevention, implementing evidence-based practices to reduce infection rates.
Infection Control Committee: In many hospitals, they serve as a chairperson or a key member of the hospital’s Infection Control Committee, which reviews and guides infection control policies and practices.
Research and Innovation: Some Infection Prevention Managers engage in research and stay updated on emerging infectious diseases and new infection control technologies.
Patient and Family Education: They also educate patients and their families on infection prevention measures to ensure active involvement in their care.

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