How can infection prevention and control (IPAC) and operations be updated in LTC homes to enhance the safety and living conditions of older adults?

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On Aug 10th at 2:00-3:00 PM EDT, CanAge (in collaboration with the Canadian Standards Association) is hosting an official virtual public consultation to guide the creation of a National Standard of Canada (NSC), Operation and Infection Prevention and Control of Long-Term Care Homes (CSA Z8004).

Due to high demand, and the necessarily low cap on the number of participants to facilitate discussion, this event is now full.

However, we’re going to be hosting other similar consultations on national long-term care standards, including standards of care, in the near future.

To help us gauge interest, please sign up for updates for these upcoming consultations below. You’ll receive notice as these events are scheduled.

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Thank you for your interest and support!

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