APIC is committed to spreading knowledge and preventing infections. What better way is there to spread information about germs than going viral on social media? Do you want more infection prevention news and tips? Stay in the loop! Connect with APIC on Twitter and Facebook.
Join APIC’s Thunderclap to stop the spread of antibiotic-resistant germs.
Did you know that 30-50 percent of antimicrobial use in hospitals is unnecessary or inappropriate? By joining APIC’s Thunderclap campaign, the message of preventing antibiotic resistance will reach as many people as possible at the same moment. Contribute a Tweet or Facebook post, and on Wednesday, October 18 at 12 p.m. ET, the message will be shared simultaneously online.
Thank you to everyone who “donates” a Tweet or Facebook post to stop the spread of germs.
Participate in The IIPW Twitter chat with APIC and the CDC
CDC and APIC will host a Twitter chat on Tuesday, October 17 at 2 p.m. ET
APIC and the CDC will host a Twitter chat to discuss how healthcare providers, patients, and others can prevent infections and therefore reduce the spread of antibiotic resistance. Follow @APIC on Twitter (www.twitter.com/apic) and use the hashtag (#IIPWChat) to join.