The Department of Public Health Sciences is proud to offer Canada's first graduate-level training in infection prevention and control (IPAC). The IPAC Track is a specialized training opportunity embedded within the Master of Public Health Program.
Students combine foundational training in public health competencies with technical training and experiential learning in infection prevention and control to position themselves to enter the field, or to advance their career in new leadership roles.
CRFC Radio chatted with Dr. Bradley Stoner, Professor and Head of the Department of Public Health Sciences alongside Gerry Hansen, Executive Director of IPAC Canada about the new program and the demand for trained infection prevention and control professionals.
Listen to the podcast here: A New Algorithm and Master’s Level IPAC Program – CFRC Podcast Network