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About the Conference

An estimated 4.1m European patients are affected by Healthcare Acquired Infections (HCAIs) every year. Increasing resistance of bacteria to existing drugs and a lack of new antibiotics is a major concern for all healthcare institutions.

The Infection Prevention and Containment Conference looks at the future impact of this issue and how best practice in the areas of hand hygiene, compliance, monitoring, room sterilisation and water treatment can be used to fight the causes of HCAIs.

“Healthcare-associated infections are still a very real threat to patients, their families, carers and staff.”
Prof Gillian Leng, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence – NICE for BBC.

Why attend?

The European Centre for Disease Control estimates that 20-30% of infections could be avoided with education and implementation of best practice. This conference pays special consideration to both best practice and cost effective solutions, offering guidelines for infection control that will support and add to NHS Trust policies.

  • Learn how to improve your current practices to minimise antimicrobial resistance and its threat to your staff and patients
  • Discuss solutions that take into account cost, efficacy and long term performance for infection prevention and containment
  • Obtain practical guidance on how to maximise the effectiveness of existing infection prevention control procedures
  • Identify methods to enhance your cleaning regimes and how to implement them
  • Learn how to overcome the barriers to compliance with infection prevention and containment measures
  • Broaden your industry network by meeting key contacts within the industry
  • Obtain CPD hours by attending the conference

“By 2050 it is estimated that 10 million people annually will die from a multi-drug resistant infection at a global cost of $100 trillion.” The Review on Antimicrobial Resistance Dec 2014.





“As we prepare for a world without antibiotics, research, education and policies on screening, isolation, cleaning and infection control have never been more important.” Dr Stephanie Dancer, Singapore Hospital.

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Sponsorship and Exhibit

Get involved with IPCC 2016 to present your company and services to decision makers and influencers from NHS and independent healthcare providers.

Venue: Nottingham Belfry

Mellors Way, Off Woodhouse Way, Nottingham, NG8 6PY

The Nottingham Belfry one of the largest conference venues in Nottingham. The hotel is a mile from J26 of the M1, 15 miles from East Midlands Airport and just 5 miles from the city centre. Special discounted hotel rates have been secured for IPCC attendees. To book a room please contact The Nottingham Belfry on +44(0)115 973 9393 and quote ‘HPCi Media’.

Nottingham Belfry


Ali Badr on or call +44(0) 207 193 6654 for more information on attending, exhibiting or sponsoring the IPCC 2016.