Certification in Infection Prevention and Control. Certifying the Professional Elevating the Profession. What is CBIC?. Voluntary, independent, multidisciplinary Board Provides direction for and administers the certification process for infection prevention and control (IP&C)
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Certifying the Professional Elevating the Profession
* All but consumer director must be CIC®
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Individuals who are currently certified are automatically eligible for
re-certification every 5 years.
3. Development and revision of infection control policies and procedures;
5. Provision of consultation on infection risk assessment, prevention and control strategies.
Refer to the detailed content outline in the Candidate Handbook to guide study efforts
Only individuals who have successfully
passed the proctored computer-based certification exam and have
maintained current certification,
through either the computer-based
or SARE examination,
may use the CIC® credential.
CBIC does not produce or endorse products or materials related to preparing for the certification examination.
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