Is your facility up-to-date on infection prevention (IP) and control best practices?? According to CDPH, “The IP should complete 10 hours of continuing education in the field of IPC on an annual basis. Facilities should provide encouragement and support for IP staff to stay abreast of current news and training sources through a nationally recognized infection prevention and control association.”

Join QCHF for the Infection Prevention Conference 2022, August 9-10 taking place in Newport Beach, CA. 

Network with like-minded professionals and engage in a rich learning environment with education-packed sessions presented by nationally recognized IP experts from within the long-term care setting.

Register before August 2 and save $150! A discount is available to all CAHF members.
If you are not a CAHF member and are interested in joining, click


Reserve your room at the Hyatt Regency John Wayne Airport Newport Beach by July 18, 2022
to receive a discounted rate.

Pre-Workshop Webinar: Post-Pandemic Infection Prevention
Join Dr. Stone for a pre-conference webinar that will customize your participation for the Infection Prevention Workshop taking place on August 9. The Infection Prevention Workshop provides you the opportunity to receive guidance about your past experiences and will use the feedback to target your greatest needs. From this you will review and action plan improvements to your facility-specific infection prevention and control practices.


How the COVID-19 Pandemic Impacted the Long-term Care Industry and
How We Move Forward with Change

This keynote presentation will take you on a journey exploring the healthcare-associated infection (HAI) landscape in long-term care prior to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the events that transpired during it, and what steps we need to take to reduce the spread of infectious diseases and create a happy, healthy environment for our workforce and residents long into the future.