Insight, Strategies and Resources for Building a Compliant IPAC Program

Ontario's new Fixing Long-Term Care Act has changed the standards for infection prevention and control (IPAC) in long-term care homes. Designed for administrators and managers, this webinar provides a thorough introduction to the law and related regulations, along with valuable strategies for assessment, implementation and training.
  • Find Out Where You Stand

    Assess your home's strengths and weaknesses so you can address the gaps and build an infection prevention and control program that complies with the Fixing Long-Term Care Act.

  • Prepare Your Leadership

    Find out what new education and skills your IPAC lead may need to implement the new requirements under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, and how to support them in the transition to their new role.

  • Access New Resources

    Get a comprehensive overview of the information and training resources available to support your home's transition and implementation of the new IPAC requirements.

Course Curriculum

This course was originally delivered as a live webinar in September 2022 and contains an estimated two hours of education.

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    • Set Up a Successful IPAC Program Under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act


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Denna Leach

Clinical Specialist

Denna works as a Clinical Specialist with Grey County Long-Term Care, where she offers leadership for the clinical programs and works collaboratively with the interdisciplinary health care teams to coordinate best practice and innovation that fulfils Grey County’s Colour It promise for residents and staff.  She is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and over 30 years experience working in healthcare. 

Lisa Garratt

Manager of Professional Practice

Lisa works as the Manager of Professional Practice at the County of Simcoe, supporting the county’s four long-term care homes, two senior’s residential programs and paramedic services.  Her portfolio includes infection prevention and control, social work and risk management programs supporting the Health and Emergency Services division.