Caring Together Webinars
Every quarter AALNA and NCAL collaborate to provide an educational opportunity at no cost to our members. Caring Together Webinars give you a chance to learn about some of the latest issues in the assisted living profession to stimulate awareness and discussion.
The AALNA/NCAL Caring Together initiative is being supported this year by Succeed Management Solutions, LLC, the recognized leader in enterprise risk management software. These four conferences will be part of the Succeed University course offerings, a comprehensive set of free, web-based seminars that focus on trends and issues in risk management, compliance, safety best practices, and employee development and management. Succeed now offers a Long-Term Care industry solution called Aging Services Rx®.
Schedule of Webinars April 24, 2018
In this webinar, Strategies for Preventing and Managing Multidrug-Resistant Organisms (MDROs) and C. difficile in Long-Term Care, the presenter will provide a brief review of MDROs and C. difficile.
Attendees will understand the emergence and spread of MDROs and C. difficile in healthcare settings. The presenter will outline actions that caregivers should take to minimize the spread of MDROs and C. difficile.
Abimbola (Bola) Ogundimu, Dr.PH., RN, CIC
Abimbola (Bola) Ogundimu, Dr.PH., RN, CIC, is a certified Infection Preventionist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion (DHQP), Prevention and Response Branch. In this role, she provides consultation and technical assistance for infection prevention and control, develops educational resources to promote infection prevention and surveillance activities in long-term care settings. Dr. Ogundimu also serves as a subject matter expert for clinical inquiries related to infection control outbreaks in long-term care settings. She participates in state-based and national initiatives that support long-term care facilities in infection prevention activities and continues to raise awareness of the importance of including long-term care providers in strategies targeted at reducing healthcare-associated infections.