Speakers

GWA Hygiene GmbH & daisygrip
Workshop Title: Smart Technology for Infection Prevention in Clinical Routines   Theme – clinical routines and germ transmission – modern infection prevention needs new supportive products and technology – new standards for hygienic working methods bolster compliance   Benefits of Attending – awareness of hygienic weak spots – insights on how innovative products make every day’s...
activTek Health Solutions
Workshop Title: NASA Space Technology for Continuous Non-Toxic Air and Surface Disinfection   Theme Review the science behind ActivePure Technology as it relates to greatly reducing the spread of infectious diseases and mitigating the effects of environmental hazards and carcinogens while providing LEED Certification points. Focus on health-promoting environments and preventative measures with upstream solutions....
Jennifer Sanguinet obtained her undergraduate degree in information systems from University of Redlands, her master’s degree in business and healthcare management from University of Phoenix and her certification in infection control from Certification Board in Infection Control.  She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Public Health with a completion date by August 2020.   Jennifer...
UVD Robots
Workshop Title: How the Danish Health Authority are leading the fight against hospital infections and associated rising costs In early 2015, The Danish government, concerned about the rising levels of HAIs, turned to the Danish Robotic Industry for solutions. At the time, it was generally accepted that Danish hospitals were in urgent need of a...
Germitec
Workshop Title: High-Level Disinfection of Endocavitary Ultrasound Probes: Rationale and New Technologies for Disinfection   Overview Endocavitary ultrasound probes are classified as semi-critical devices as they are in contact with mucous membranes. What is today the current status of these Medical Devices as far as decontamination policy is concerned? Benefits of Attending Attendees will have the...
Diane Ashiru-Oredope
Biography   Dr Diane Ashiru-Oredope is the Pharmacist Lead for Antimicrobial Resistance and Stewardship and HCAI at Public Health England and the Department of Health Expert Advisory Committee on Antimicrobial Resistance and Healthcare Associated Infection (ARHAI). An antimicrobial pharmacist by background, she project led the published DH/ARHAI national antimicrobial stewardship guidance for secondary care –...
Jonathan Van-Tam MBE
Time: 09:10AM – 09:30AM Topic: I.P.C – The State of the Nation Biography: Jonathan Van-Tam MBE, BMedSci, BM BS, DM, FFPH, FRCPath, Hon FFPM, CBiol, CSci, FRSPH, FSB graduated in Medicine from the University of Nottingham in 1987, trained in Public Health Medicine from 1991, and became a Senior Lecturer at the University of Nottingham in 1997,...
Celia Ingham Clark MBE
Time: 09:30AM – 09:50AM Topic: CQUIN – 2017-2019 Biography: Celia Ingham Clark is the Medical Director for Clinical Effectiveness at NHS England. She trained in Cambridge and London and was appointed as a consultant general surgeon at the Whittington Hospital in 1996. After early work in medical education, she developed an interest in quality improvement and this...
Emma Cramp
Time: 09:50AM – 10:10AM Topic: Antimicrobial Resistance CQUIN update   Brief presentation description: An update of the results from the 2017/18 and 2018/19 CQUIN. Details of the new CQUIN for April 2019 will be shared along with ideas to implement and deliver the expected achievements.   Biography: Emma Cramp: Emma studied pharmacy at Nottingham University...
Helen Dunn
Time: 10:10AM – 10:30AM Topic: Gloves and Hand Hygiene – The Latest Initiatives  Biography: Helen Dunn is the Lead Nurse for Infection Prevention Control at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Helen has worked in IPC for 14 years. She has an MSc in Infection Management for Imperial College. She currently chairs the Infection Prevention Society IV special interest...