Greater Omaha APIC

The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology, Inc. (APIC) is a multi-disciplinary, voluntary, international organization. APIC promotes wellness and prevents illness and infection world-wide by advancing health care epidemiology through education, collaboration, research, practice, and credentialing. APIC's vision is to improve the health of people worldwide by serving as the pre-eminent voice for excellence in the prevention and control of infections and related adverse outcomes.

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Greater Omaha APIC Chapter 064 works in collaboration with Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services to prevent and eliminate Healthcare-acquired infections throughout Nebraska.  Chapter members and the experts at DHHS have much knowledge and information to share with each other.  For more information and education on prevention of HAIs visit the DHHS website.

Chapter Contacts

President - Shelly Andre
President-elect - Kristi Felix
Treasurer - Margaret Drake
Treasurer-Elect - Teri Fitzgerald
Senior Board Member - Jennifer Lantis
Junior Board Member - Krista Beiermann
Membership Secretary - Sharon Conroy
Recording Secretary - Lacey Pavlovsky
Legislative Rep - Larry Krebsbach
Nom Committee - Brenda Heybrock & Josette McConville
Past-President - President - Gayle Gillett

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Chapter Activities

2018 Calendar

Save The Date: APIC in October  Friday, October 5, 2018;  Bosselmann's in Grand Island Brochure |Registration link.  

Greater Omaha APIC members: $60; Non Members: $75 (plus fees) Vendors register for a booth at this site ($200).

Presentations to print:

Home Health





Antimicrobial Stewardship


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Chapter Sharing

Ethicon webinar on Peripheral IVs (download takes a few minutes)

3M Surgical Site Infection Prevention slides

AG Opinion on Dry Needling

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