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Podcast interview: Dr. Brad Stoner and Gerry Hansen on Canada's First IPAC Track

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.

IPAC Canada and Queen’s University partner on Canada’s First Master’s-Level Training Program in Infection Prevention and Control

Thursday, February 17, 2022

KINGSTON- IPAC Canada and Queen’s University have partnered to provide specialized training in infection prevention and control (IPAC) through a new IPAC track in the Master of Public Health (MPH) program.COVID-19 has demonstrated the clear need for health professionals with expertise in infection prevention and control (IPAC). This knowledge can be the difference in preventing or stopping the spread of infections in healthcare and workplace settings.

Queen’s Launches Canada’s First Master’s-Level Training Program in Infection Prevention and Control

COVID-19 has demonstrated the clear need for health professionals with expertise in infection prevention and control (IPAC). This knowledge can be the difference in preventing or stopping the spread of infections in healthcare and workplace settings.

Beginning January 2022, the Queen’s Master of Public Health (MPH) program is launching a new IPAC track: specialty training that provides students with the technical expertise and leadership to keep patients, employees and the public safe.

Survey on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in the Department of Public Health Sciences

In summer 2021, the Department of Public Health Sciences (PHS) Working Group on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) set forth to develop and implement a department-wide survey on demographics, climate and experiences among PHS faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

PHS Seminar Series - September 2021

Silver Linings Pandemic 

Presented by:  Dr. Hugh Guan

Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 12:30-1:30pm
Carruthers Hall, Room 102 

COVID-19 Vaccine Statement from PHS Department Head

Dear Public Health Sciences Faculty, Staff and Students,

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