Infection Control Nursing

Infection control nurses find and control infections that may occur in communities or hospitals. They gather information and implement infection control and prevention measures. These nurses may also work in the areas of childhood infection, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV, TB, and infections that arise during hospitalization.

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Educational Requirements

  • An RN license and a CIC certification are required to become an infection control nurse.
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