BMRH represented at APIC Conference


By Jen Myers, Marketing

Nurse Marian Salamon, represented Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital (BMRH) Infection Prevention, with a poster presentation, while attending the 46th Annual Conference, APIC 2019, June 12-14 in Philadelphia, PA. The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) is an international organization. APIC estimated 2,500 attendees for the 2019 conference.  Included were representatives from Canada, Egypt and various African nations.


The presentation represents the need for administration, medical, nursing, therapeutic staff and environmental services, support/collaborate with one another while averting CRE transmission.


The poster is entitled: Carbapenmase-Producing Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CP-CRE) Investigation and Containment in an Acute-Care Inpatient Physical Rehabilitation Hospital Mandates a Multi-Faceted Approach


Co-Authors, photographed left to right: L-R  Bernadette Abate, Assistant Nurse Manager Maple Unit BMRH; Judith Latham, Nurse Manager Maple Unit BMRH;  David Horwich, MD, VP Medical Affairs BMRH; Rose Plumari, VP Administration BMRH; Primary Author: Marian Salamon, Infection Preventionist; Absent: Caitlyn Fasano, Infection Preventionist, Co-Author

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