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FREE WEBINAR: Investigating & Testing for HAIs

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Webinar Investigating & Testing for Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs)
Overview
Healthcare facilities, including hospitals, doctor's offices, urgent care facilities, surgical centers, and nursing homes, have a heightened concerned with healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). Patients do not expect to become sick from microbial contaminants while being treated at a facility. IAQ professionals are working alongside infection control staff to sample the indoor environment either as part of routine environmental monitoring, as an outbreak investigation, or to validate cleaning protocols. This presentation will discuss the specifics of working in these healthcare facilities during an investigation; including sampling and testing for the major HAIs of concern such as MRSA, C. diff, CRE, VRE, ESBL and Legionella.
Speaker Jason Dobranic, Ph.D.
Title Vice President of Microbiology and Life Sciences
Company EMSL Analytical, Inc.
Biography
Dr. Dobranic is an accomplished microbiologist with over 20 years of experience. He has presented his research at national and international conferences. Dr. Dobranic is the Vice President of Microbiology & Life Sciences for EMSL Analytical, Inc. and has presented microbial issues at over 60 national speaking engagements and has several industry-related articles published in trade magazines. Dr. Dobranic appeared in a production of the Oprah Winfrey show as an expert on bacteria and indoor allergens.
 
Dr. Dobranic is currently a member of ASTM International, the American Industrial Hygiene Association (Past-chair of the Biosafety and Environmental Microbiology Committee), Past-member of AIHA’s LQAP Analytical Accreditation Board and Mold Task Force, and A2LA’s Accreditation Council. He is the Chapter Director of the local Houston IAQA chapter and serves on boards for the ACAC and EIA.

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