Resources are organized under three headings: HAI Topics (MDRO, CLABSI, SSI and others); Infection Prevention and Control (resources related to environment of care, hand hygiene, and staff education); and HAI Information by Setting in the U.
What does EC stand for?
EC stands for Environment of Care
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 125 other meanings of EC in our Acronym Attic
- Enterochromaffin (cells)
- Enterprise Communicator
- Enterprise Community
- Enterprise Consultancy (US Army AMEDD)
- Enterprise Controlling (SAP software)
- Entertaining Comics (publisher of Mad and Tales from the Crypt)
- Entorhinal Cortex
- Environment Canada
- Environment Committee
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Ramsey is also certified as a CPR Instructor for healthcare providers, serves as chair for the Infection Surveillance, Prevention and Control Committee, is a member of the Environment of Care, Quality Improvement and Helping Hands Committees, a member of the Wenatchee Valley College Nursing Advisory, and is the secretary of the board of directors at Family Planning of Chelan-Douglas County.
It provides scenarios for issues in specific domestic and international care settings: hospital and critical access hospital, ambulatory care and office-based surgery, behavioral health care, home and long-term care, and laboratory, along with scenarios for the environment of care.
The 2001 JCAHO standards manual includes, in its chapter on Environment of Care, EC 1.
Medical Ethics Advisor, American Health Consultants; and Hospital Infection Control, American Health Consultants * Best Instructional Reporting 1st: Primary Care Reports, American Health Consultants 2nd: The Telecom Manager's Voice Report, UCG 3rd: Managing Partner, Infocom Group Honorable Mentions: Environment of Care Leader, UCG; Emergency Medicine Practice, Pinnacle Publishing Inc.