Advancing knowledge to create safer healthcare without infection

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Advancing knowledge to create safer healthcare without infection. Infection Prevention through education, membership support,

Advancing knowledge to create safer healthcare without infection. Infection Prevention through education, membership support, professional practice and strategic alliances. January 8, 2019 BADGER Bringing Infection Preventionists together to help, Advancing their knowledge, Demanding quality, Growing competence , Excellence through professional development, Role models to serve our local, national and international community

Programs – President Elect, Sarah Van. Hoof Date January 8, 2019 Location Divine Savior

Programs – President Elect, Sarah Van. Hoof Date January 8, 2019 Location Divine Savior Healthcare. Tivoli Building 2805 Hunter’s Trail, on the campus of main hospital Portage, WI 53901 Bedbugs and Fleas in Healthcare, What the IP Needs to Know Program Topic Speaker News Flash Hot Topic Vendors Lunch Information – Teleconference Information Link to Meeting Evaluation Form Patrick (PJ) Liesch- UW- Madison Dept. Entomology CHG Bathing Toolkit Linda Mc. Kinley Hang Time for Scopes Laura Anderson and Katelyn Harms Chris Leipski- TG 3 Electronics Brian Hanson- Rep. Scrubs Jenna Conner, PDI Lunch: Pizza Ranch. Please RSVP to [email protected] com $10/person Coffee and juice avail- all at no cost to members Phone Number: 1 -888 -305 -2042 Meeting Code: 26630 (participant) https: //www. surveymonkey. com/r/MHYZD 9 T

Schedule: • • 10: 00 am – 10: 45 am – 11: 15 am

Schedule: • • 10: 00 am – 10: 45 am – 11: 15 am – 11: 45 am – 12: 00 pm – 1: 00 pm – 2: 30 pm – 3: 00 pm Business Meeting Hot Topic Newsflash Open for member questions Lunch and Vendors Educational Presentation CIC Review Questions and Meeting Evaluation

Business Meeting (10 -10: 30 am) • Opening • • • Internet access Bathrooms

Business Meeting (10 -10: 30 am) • Opening • • • Internet access Bathrooms Lunch availability Welcome New Members or Guests Acknowledge recent certifications Call for additions to the agenda

Secretary Reports (Michelle Schmitz) Current Members per Secretary List- 119 Current Members per National

Secretary Reports (Michelle Schmitz) Current Members per Secretary List- 119 Current Members per National APIC - 84

Finance Committee-Treasurer Report-Diep Hoang Johnson • Previous Balance End 4 Q 2018= $31, 124.

Finance Committee-Treasurer Report-Diep Hoang Johnson • Previous Balance End 4 Q 2018= $31, 124. 19 • Income= 4 Q 2018: $3, 501. 61; • 2018 State Conference Payout & Chapter dues • Expenses= 4 Q 2018: $2, 335. 80; • Hosting Expenses, National APIC attendee, Sister chapter donation • Current Balance= $31, 124. 19 (1/3/19) • Scholarship Availability • 5 General Award (up to $300) • 5 New member award ($200 for state conference)

Resources from APIC (Cindy Fraker) The Infection Preventionist's Guide to the Lab APIC/JCR Workbook

Resources from APIC (Cindy Fraker) The Infection Preventionist's Guide to the Lab APIC/JCR Workbook and Zip Drive 3 rd Ed Certification Study Guide 6 th ED Infection Prevention Manual for Construction and Renovation If you are interested in borrowing any of these resources, please contact your Badger APIC Vendor and Resource representative: Cindy Fraker at [email protected] com

Bylaws (Andrea Mc. Sherry) NO CHANGES to BYLAWS Mentoring program – Work in Progress

Bylaws (Andrea Mc. Sherry) NO CHANGES to BYLAWS Mentoring program – Work in Progress See attached documents: Mentor application Mentee application National Mentoring Program packet Evaluation tool

Strategic Alliances & Worldwide Activities (Linda Mc. Kinley) • Infection Control Nurse from Rose’s

Strategic Alliances & Worldwide Activities (Linda Mc. Kinley) • Infection Control Nurse from Rose’s chapter was in attendance at National APIC. • Rose reports: – Had a successful infection control symposium on 25 May 2018 – Currently preparing for the annual scientific conference scheduled 1314 September 2018 • Theme – Infection Prevention & Control and Patient Safety • Focus – Improving IPC Knowledge – Current IPC Challenges – Anti-microbial Resistance – Evaluation of IPC Practices – Technology impacts on IPC – What works in HAIs • Please submit your ideas to Diane for possible activities

Strategic Alliances & Worldwide Activities (Linda Mc. Kinley) • Overview of Synergistic (Strategic) Alliances:

Strategic Alliances & Worldwide Activities (Linda Mc. Kinley) • Overview of Synergistic (Strategic) Alliances: Identifies, evaluates and pursues opportunities for synergistic alliances. – Criterion 1. Establishes alliances with other organizations (domestic or international) with complementary missions and goals. – Criterion 2. Develops and influences public policy independently or in conjunction with allied organizations as appropriate.

 • APIC Plan 2020 Goals – Patient Safety • Collaborate/Align with key IP

• APIC Plan 2020 Goals – Patient Safety • Collaborate/Align with key IP & public health organizations, agencies, and consumer groups (e. g. , SSI Prevention Collaborative, LTC HAI Coalition) – Implementation Science (IS) • Collaborate with related disciplines and organizations in promoting IS research (e. g. , CHG bathing toolkit in non. ICU settings and CLC UTI toolkit) – Advocacy • Influence/Facilitate IP-related legislative, accreditation, and regulatory agendas with consumers, policy makers, healthcare leaders and personnel – Data Standardization • Support/Participate in advancing HAI data collection and reporting • Collaborate with government & private partners in initiatives supporting HAI data standards

 • Domestic and/or International Alliances – Domestic – Exploring Badger APIC chapter role

• Domestic and/or International Alliances – Domestic – Exploring Badger APIC chapter role with WI organizations to meet LTC infection control training needs – International – ‘Sister’ chapter with Nairobi Infection Control Nurses Chapter • Influencing Public Policy – Example – October 2013 ‘Legislative Day’ at WI Capitol (proposed legislation on healthcare workers and influenza vaccination) – Ask our chapter legislative rep, Heather Kloth, how to get involved

 • Share your outreach activities – Badger APIC Community Outreach Program Activity Form:

• Share your outreach activities – Badger APIC Community Outreach Program Activity Form: http: //community. apic. org/badger/resources/new -item 2 – Return your completed form to Linda Mc. Kinley by email. • Contact past recipients of chapter excellence awards in Synergistic (Strategic) Alliances • Questions: linda. mckinley [email protected] gov

 • Potential Strategic (Synergistic) Alliance Opportunity with Dr. Safdar’s PEER (patients engaged in

• Potential Strategic (Synergistic) Alliance Opportunity with Dr. Safdar’s PEER (patients engaged in education and research) Group – Patients and caregivers with personal experience with HAI which was formed in 2016 from nongovernmental funding agency (PCORI – patient centered outcomes research initiative) – Activities include statewide radio ads and engagement in all stages of research process (problem identification & prioritization, planning & development, data collection & analysis,

Legislative Report (Heather Kloth): • Heather Kloth is no longer IP contact @ HAI

Legislative Report (Heather Kloth): • Heather Kloth is no longer IP contact @ HAI Prevention Program. Direct all questions to HAI Program Director, Nijika Shrivastwa @ (608) 267 -7711, or see email contacts below. – HAI Prevention Program is offering TAP assessments; if you are interested in this, please contact vera. [email protected] gov or linda. [email protected] gov – Another IP Boot Camp may be occurring; more details in the future – IP Starter Kit is in developmental phase and will be worked on in conjunction with WHA, Meta. Star, and Office of Rural Health

Nominating & Awards Committee (Kathy Matteson) § Nominations for Officers (term begins January 2020):

Nominating & Awards Committee (Kathy Matteson) § Nominations for Officers (term begins January 2020): § President Elect – 3 year commitment (one year a president elect, next year as president, and last year as past president) § Secretary – 2 year commitment § Awards Applications - submissions (11/5/18 – 1/31/19): § Chapter Leader Award – De. Ann Richards (Badger Chapter) received in 2018 § Chapter Excellence Award – Badger Chapter received in 2015 § Heroes of Infection Prevention Award – De. Ann Richards (Agrace Hospice. Care-Madison) received in 2012 and WI DPH received in 2010 If interested contact Kathy Matteson at Katherine. [email protected] gov

President’s Report (Sarah Van Hoof) • Changes for 2019: – APIC Mentoring Program added

President’s Report (Sarah Van Hoof) • Changes for 2019: – APIC Mentoring Program added to Bylaws Board of Director • Networking Sessions will be integrated into lunch hour • Future Badger APIC Chapter Meetings – 2019 will bring back the November Chapter meeting • Board of Directors meets face to face twice a year • Please reach out to board members with ideas, questions, suggestions

ANNOUNCEMENTS • Public Health Madison & Dane County’s annual conference on TB, April 4,

ANNOUNCEMENTS • Public Health Madison & Dane County’s annual conference on TB, April 4, 2019 • Are any members interested in representing Badger APIC in the role of a vendor (promoting APIC membership)? • please contact Sarah Van Hoof [email protected] org

ANNOUNCEMENTS – Badger APIC Website not updated due to web master lack of access

ANNOUNCEMENTS – Badger APIC Website not updated due to web master lack of access from National APIC. Will be updated as soon as access restored.

Next Badger APIC Meeting (Katelyn Harms, President Elect) March 12 , 2019 Location: Department

Next Badger APIC Meeting (Katelyn Harms, President Elect) March 12 , 2019 Location: Department of Corrections (Madison, WI) Host: Lori Alsum Educational Topics: Problem or Topic of the Day: News Flash: Open CIC Question Review Fun and Games! http: //community. apic. org/badger/home