Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) Webinar on Infection Control Guidance for Early Learning and Care and School Age Childcare Settings

Please note that the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) will host a webinar this Friday, 31 July, on Infection Control Guidance for Early Learning and Care and School Age Childcare Settings (further details below). The webinar will be recorded and made available on the HPSC site afterwards for those who cannot join on Friday.

Please also note that the Department has been working with the HPSC to revise and update the Guidance following feedback from the initial weeks of operation of services and in the context of the plans for reopening schools. It is envisaged that the revised Guidance will be published in the coming days.

This webinar provides an opportunity for services to get on overview of the public health Guidance directly from the HPSC, the authors of the Guidance. It will also cover some of the queries which arose since the publication of the Guidance and which will be addressed in the revised version.

Details on how to register for and join the webinar are set out below. The link to the recorded session will be circulated afterwards and added to the First 5 website.

 

Invitation:   HPSC Infection Prevention and Control Webinar
Topic:   COVID-19 General Infection Control Guidance for Childcare Settings
Date:   Friday, 31 July from 12-1pm

Presenters:

Prof. Martin Cormican, National HCAI AMR Clinical Lead, National AMRIC Team
Mary Mc Kenna, Infection Prevention and Control Asst. Director of Nursing, National AMRIC Team

Pre-register for the webinar at this address and follow the instructions:

https://hse-webinar.webex.com/hse-webinar/onstage/g.php?MTID=eb4145b35372a7c2ee5df76011a39df9e

When you join the webinar you can view the slide set and material and listen to the webinar over the computer, sound quality may be better over the phone:

For telephone access use the following:
Irish dial in number:   01 5260058
Access code:   163 166 9634

 

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