Register now for ACIPC 2016

By Ryan Mccann
Tuesday, 04 October, 2016



20 – 23 November 2016, Melbourne Victoria.
About the Conference:
The ACIPC Annual Conference is Australasia’s pre-eminent conference for Infection Prevention & Control professionals.
Building on the success of arguably our most successful conference last year in Hobart, ACIPC 2016 promises a wealth of interest as we tackle the challenges and embrace the opportunities for the future of our profession.
Program:
The full conference program including pre-conference workshops, invited speakers and peer reviewed free papers is now available online at www.acipcconference.com.au/ program
Registration:
Registration is now open for the ACIPC 2016 Annual Conference being held at the Pullman Melbourne Albert Park, 20 - 23 November.


  • ACIPC & Editorial Board Members – Early bird: AUD$765

  • Non-Member – Early bird: AUD$865

  • Student – Early bird: AUD$550


All full registrations include:

  • All conference sessions (excluding pre conference workshops)

  • Welcome Reception

  • Poster Reception

  • Presidents Breakfast

  • Morning tea each day

  • Lunch each day

  • Afternoon tea each day


Early bird registration closes 9 October 2016.
Visit www.acipcconference. com.au/registration to register
Pre-Conference Workshops:
Sunday 20 November, Pullman Melbourne, Albert Park

  • New Initiatives in Hand Hygiene

  • Antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) for nurses

  • Implementing change: a focus on infection prevention and control

  • An introduction to understanding and using epidemiology

  • Credentialing

  • Australian Premiere Screening of ‘Clean Hands’, followed by Q&A with Professor Didier Pittet


*Space is limited for some workshops and we recommend registering early to secure your spot.
Invited Speakers:

  • Dr Jennie Wilson

  • Professor Mary Dixon-Woods

  • Professor Patricia Stone

  • Professor Dale Fisher

  • Professor Didier Pittet

  • Martin Kiernan

  • Professor Heather Loveday

  • Professor Tom Riley

  • Professor Peter Collignon

  • Dr Becky Freeman

  • Professor Marianne Wallis

  • Professor Alison Kitson

  • Dr Peta-Anne Zimmerman

  • Dr Deborough MacBeth

  • Dr Lisa Hall

  • A/Professor Caroline Marshall

  • Glenys Harrington

  • A/Professor Leon Worth

  • Dr Noleen Bennett

  • Terry McAuley

  • Professor Marilyn Cruickshank

  • Dr Jason Kwong

  • Professor Andrew Way

  • Philip Russo

  • Professor Lindsay Grayson

  • A/Professor Brett Mitchell

  • Paul McNamara

  • Claire Hewitt

  • Anthony Carr

  • Nigel Barr

  • Dr Sharon Liberali

  • Sue Scott

  • A/Professor Rhonda Stuart

  • Dr Tony Speer

  • Dr Jocelyne Basseal

  • Dr Jan Gralton

  • Dr Kudzai Kanhutu

  • A/Professor Justin Denholm

  • A/Professor Deborah Freidman

  • Susan Jain

  • Professor Lyn Gilbert

  • Dr Fred Tenover

  • Peter Teska

  • Greg Whitely

  • Professor Karin Thursky

  • Cate Quoyle

  • Professor Mary Louise McLaws

  • Sue Borrell


3 minute research
The ACIPC 2016 Scientific Committee is now accepting submissions for 3 minute research presentations from interested researchers who are proposing a project or are about to commence or have recently commenced a project.
In this session, included as part of the main scientific program, selected researchers will have 3 minutes to discuss their research project.
This call for participation opens 1st September and closes 7th October.
For more information, visit www.acipcconference.com. au/3-minute-research


If you have any questions regarding the conference, please contact the team at Conference Design. Conference Design - mail@conferencedesign.com.au or 03 6231 2999.
Or visit the conference website www.acipcconference.com.au
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