Train-The-Trainer (TTT) Uganda 22-30April 2024

30 students attended the Train-The-Trainer (TTT) with Ministry of Health (MOH) Uganda in February 2024. In March 2024 trainers trained the trainees on Basic IPC/WASH courses, over 400 trainees were trained. 22-30 April 2024 reviewing of trainers’ experience in IPC knowledge.

International Postgraduate Diploma in Infection Prevention and Control

Congratulations to the Class of 2022/23 for completing the IPDIC programme! We are excited that we could celebrate this milestone with you at your Farewell and Graduation ceremony. Also, a heartfelt farewell to Dr Joost Hopman for his incredible contributions as Co-director – we wish you well on your new journey! A warm welcome to […]

2024 WSC Spotlight

The 2024 WSC Spotlight: Unmet Need in Sepsis Diagnosis and Therapy is just 10 days away – have you registered yet? It’s free and takes less than 30 seconds (we’ve timed it ;)). CME Credits are available for select sessions, a certificate of attendance is issued to every participant, and you can participate from the […]

ICAN Baton Exchange

On behalf of ICAN we would like to thank Prof Folasade Ogunsola for your valuable contribution to ICANs organization and wish you all the best in the next chapter of your life and career. Your dedication and creativity were an inspiration for us all. We are grateful for your hard work, commitment, and team spirit. […]

Advertisement for ICAN Co-opted Board member

Invitation for applicants as Co-opted board member to ICAN board of Directors for one year period. After one year, will be reviewed and then become a full member of board ( three years) or resign. Applicants must have at least 6-10 hours dedicated time available for ICAN related activities per month (response to email, attend […]

TTT Uganda

Train-The-Trainer (TTT) in Infection Prevention and Control Course with Ministry Of Health (MOH) Uganda. Course commences from 5-9 February 2024, consisting of 30 students. The class welcome the presence of Commissioner of Clinical Services as this is the first step to changing IPC landscape and quality of care in the healthcare system.

Egypt Conference Day 1

Opening ceremony by Prof Folasade Ogunsola and Dr Ghada Ismail. The following session by Miranda (Mandy) Deeves.

World Hepatitis Day

ICAN supports the initiative of World Hepatitis Day. We’ve only got one life, and we’ve only got one liver. Hepatitis can devastate both.

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