Free webinar touts use of antimicrobial copper in healthcare facilities

A free webinar March 12 at 1 p.m. Eastern will discuss the use of antimicrobial copper-infused surfaces in healthcare facilities to aid infection prevention.

By Healthcare Facilities Today
February 19, 2013

Healthcare Design magazine will host a free webinar March 12 at 1 p.m. Eastern on the use of antimicrobial copper-infused surfaces in healthcare facilities. 

The one-hour event will address the role antimicrobial copper-infused surfaces can play in preventing healthcare-acquired infections (HAI), including the range of uses for the material, the efficacy and the maintenance requirements. Additionally, clinical field trials in healthcare facilities will be discussed. 

Featured speakers include: Ken Trinder, president and CEO, EOS Surfaces; Dr. Alastair Monk, director for clinical and scientific affairs, Cupron Inc.; Dr. Costi Sifri, director of hospital epidemiology/infection prevention & control, University of Virginia Health System; and Dr. Gene Burke, vice president and executive medical director for clinical effectiveness, Sentara Health System.

Registration is now open. 

See the latest posts on our homepage Share

Topic Area: Interior Design

Recent Posts
Recent Posts

One Killed in Shooting at CHI St. Vincent North Hospital

CHI St. Vincent North was placed on lockdown as officers worked to clear the facility.


6 Steps to Build the Construction-Maintenance Connection

These six strategies can help healthcare facility managers connect construction and renovation projects to maintenance and operations.


Hospitals Join Initiative to Address Gun Safety

Over 1,000 hospitals and health associations are encouraging parents to speak openly about gun safety.


High-Touch Surfaces in Long-Term Care Facilities Often Contaminated

Findings could help long-term care facilities assess cleanliness of high-touch surfaces and enhance infection prevention and control measures


New Resource Helps Prevent Violence in Healthcare Facilities

The Workplace Violence Prevention Handbook for Health Care Professionals aims to help healthcare facilities make immediate enhancements relating to workplace violence.



News & Updates • Webcast Alerts • Building Technologies

All fields are required.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

You Might Like