HIS training now aligned with the NHSE Education Framework for the IPC workforce
Susan Hopkins, Chief Medical Advisor at UKHSA speaking at HIS Annual Conference 2024
HIS IPC leaders’ course - Managing services and infrastructure: Getting the basics right
FIS 2024 - Registration & abstract submission open
HIS and BSG release guidelines on the use of faecal microbiota transplant
Healthcare Infection Society launches innovative E-Learning platform to strengthen training in IPC
HIS joins forces with the Infection Prevention Society to support the Education Framework for Infection Prevention and Control Practitioners
Deep dives into IPC
Our members form a network of over 1,300 experts working in the prevention and control of healthcare-associated infections. Our membership categories reflect the knowledge and skills of professionals interested in nosocomial infections.
We publish two editorially-independent journals in the field of infection prevention and control. Free access to the Journal of Hospital Infection is available to our members, and Infection Prevention in Practice is freely available to all readers online. The journals team also run a podcast, Infection Prevention in Conversation, to give deeper insight into published papers.
We collaborate with other Societies and work with experts to produce evidence-based guidelines and guidance to promote clinical best practice.
Our trainee education programme, open to HIS Trainee members, is specifically for medical microbiology, medical virology and infectious diseases trainees and is aligned to the RCPath curricula.
Our IPC leaders' development programme comprises a series of 1-day events, aimed at current or aspiring DIPCs and Deputy DIPCs, or those in a similar role.
Journal of Hospital Infection
Member access - Journal of Hospital Infection

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