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The mission of CBIC is to provide pathways to assess and maintain infection prevention competency.


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This year, celebrate IIPW with CBIC by honoring CICs as the Superheroes of Infection Prevention and Control.
  • Get your official #CICSuperhero frame: Head to the CBIC Facebook page for more details and instructions on how to add the frame to your Facebook profile picture.
     
  • Nominate a superhero: Nominate a colleague, mentor, or other #CICSuperhero in your life by tagging CBIC and mentioning #CICSuperhero.
     
  • Wear your cape: Did you grab one of the Superhero capes at the CBIC booth during this year's APIC Annual Conference? Take a picture of yourself wearing it (or your entire team) and add #CICSuperhero to your caption.
     
  • Read about the history of IIPW, spearheaded by CBIC's partner organization, APIC.
CBIC will be re-sharing content and pictures all week long and creating an IIPW photo gallery for the website, so don't forget to tag CBIC on social media!
More from CBIC
  • Value of Certification Study:

    Read the marketing research study, co-authored by CBIC Board of Directors James F. Marx, PhD, RN, CIC, FAPIC, Sandra Callery, RN, MHSc, CIC and CBIC President Roy Boukidjian, MSN, PHN, CIC, NE-BC
     
  • Compressed Virtual CIC Study Groups:

    Listen to a CBIC podcast episode featuring Annie Lord-Stephens and Sam MacFarlane of Public Health Ontario discussing a study on virtual CIC study groups conducted in the Spring of 2018.
New Initiatives Coming in 2020
 
  • Associate - Infection Prevention and Control (a-IPC)
--> Learn more about the a-IPC: Read about the a-IPC and then review the FAQ page.
  • Recertification by Continuing Education
--> Learn more about the continuing education process: Download a list of Infection Prevention Units (IPUs) and then review the FAQ page.
 
Digital Media Badges
 
Display your successful certification on your LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter accounts, or your email signature!

Email CBIC at
cwittenberg@cbic.org
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Get Featured:

CIC® in the Spotlight or Around the World with CICs

Email CBIC at cwittenberg@cbic.org.

Exam Study Tip:
From Brandi Ford, CIC®
(recent CIC® in the Spotlight):


"I created my own flashcards by taking pictures with my phone of all the questions...that I found to be the hardest, and every time I wanted to get on social media, I made myself look at the pictures first. The media "flash cards" became my new social media outlet!"

 
Resources for Future CICs
Know the facts - Review the CIC® by the numbers infographic.

View our Fast Facts for quick reference as you're preparing to apply for the examination.

Find an APIC or IPAC Canada Study Group
  • APIC Chapter here
  • IPAC Canada Chapter here
View a list of study reference books.
Visit the CBIC "Why Certify?" page for helpful resources on educating others on the value of certification.

Watch a CBIC video tutorial on how to apply for the initial certification exam.

Listen to a CBIC podcast, view webinars, and more on the Multimedia page.

Download the Content Outline for quick reference while studying.

The CIC® is the only accredited certification in infection prevention and control.

Accredited Certification Matters


CBIC October 2019 E-Newsletter,
Volume 5; Issue 5

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