Infection Control Nurse

An Infection Control Nurse is responsible for preventing patients from infections within hospitals and clinics.  These nurses will instruct their fellow colleagues and patients on proper sanitary procedures; such as hand-washing and disposal.  An Infection Control Nurse is usually the nurse that will contact the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to report what they find.

Education Requirements: ASN, BSN, or RN Diploma

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