Member Resources 

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FPIC Supports CIC Certification

Certification represents the commitment of an infection preventionist and an institution to the continued improvement of infection prevention and control functions and their contribution to healthcare and patient safety. The mission of CBIC is to protect the public through the development, administration, and promotion of an accredited certification in infection prevention and control. Safety of the public is essential to CBIC.

As an infection prevention professional, certification reaffirms that through your study and hard work, you have an internationally recognized level of knowledge in the field of infection prevention and control. It also gives you a sense of professional accomplishment.

How Membership works:

The FPIC membership period runs from Jan 1st through Dec 31st, each calendar year.
Membership is not 12 months after your payment or receipt of your card. 

1) Member signs up in January, membership will end Dec 31st.
2) Member signs up on June 1st, membership will end on Dec 31st. Both members will be eligible to vote, obtain the seminar member’s discount and attend the member’s luncheon.

You may elect to sign up for the following calendar year.
Example: New member signs up in September for next year's membership. This person’s membership will begin January 1st the following year. They would not be able to vote, not be eligible for the seminar member’s discount or attend the member’s luncheon until the following year.​

For any questions regarding membership please contact our membership chair:

Xiomara Hewitt, Membership Chair
Phone: (407) 357-2098

Educational Opportunities:

Infection Control training through Florida Health​​

The Health Care-Associated Infections Prevention Program of the Florida Department of Health has five separate web-based training modules on Infection Control, specifically created for facility nursing staff members in acute care hospitals, ambulatory care, and nursing homes. These trainings are available on demand, at your convenience, and at no charge. Each will satisfy one hour of continuing education units.  For more information CLICK HERE !  Some topics are listed below.  
Blended Learning Series (Compilation)

Introduction and Overview (both classes are required):

Elective Modules (only one course from this section is required):

Education and Events through Florida Hospital Association (FHA)

The Florida Hospital Association is dedicated to furthering the education of its hospital and community members. FHA offers numerous conferences, workshops, webinars and many other opportunities to learn about the latest health care issues impacting Florida, as well as various sponsorship opportunities to connect your organization with health care leaders around the state.  

Safe Healthcare: A CDC Webinar Series

 CDC, in collaboration with various clinical partners, presents the webinar series, Tune in to Safe Healthcare, which focuses on a variety of infection control and prevention topics. 

2018 Infection Control Webinar Series from The Joint Commission
(there is a cost associated with this webinar series)

During these 60-minute live activities, expert faculty will examine the impact of infections on healthcare delivery systems and the implementation of strategies that can reduce or prevent the spread of infections.

CLICK HERE for more information!

Florida Infection Prevention Job Opportunities 

Looking for job opportunities in Infection Prevention?  Look below! 
If you have a job opportunity you would like to post, please visit the "Contact Us" page and fill out the information and we will contact you back. 
Senior Clinical Data Analyst - Part Time
Adventist Health System Corporate Office
Primary Location: US-FL-Altamonte Springs
For more details- CLICK HERE!
Currently seeking qualified candidates for a Senior Clinical Data Analyst – Part Time position that will be based in our Office of Clinical Effectiveness department. This position is based at our corporate office in Altamonte Springs, FL.  
Specific job duties include:
  • Infection Prevention initiatives
  • Support IPs to ensure consistent, timely and accurate data input into NHSN and the Cerner IP Module.
  • Abstract and analyze HAI NHSN and Cerner IP Module data to ensure accuracy for regulatory and internal reporting.
  • Coordinate with other AHS data analysts the reporting out of NHSN and Cerner IP module data, including secondary data validation
  • Fulfill Infection Prevention data analytics requests by facilities and corporate departments
  • Experience Requirements:
  • Three to five years of data analytics or infection prevention and control experience in health care setting. 
  • Experience with the NHSN and Cerner Millennium electronic medical record.
  • Educational Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in healthcare-related field required.
  • Knowledge and Skills Required:
  • Advanced in Microsoft Office suite.
  • Advanced in Minitab.