IPAC Nova Scotia
2018 IPAC NS Conference.
2018 IPAC Elections
The nomination period for executive positions has now officially closed. As we prepare for the voting phase, (September 24, 2018) please see the list of nominees, their nominated positions and biographies below.
List of Nominees.
Kathy Ellis (Biography)
|Michele Telfry (Biography)|
|Treasurer||Danielle Henri (elected by acclamation)|
|Membership and Marketing||Kathy Ellis (Biography)|
|Debbie Davidson (Biography)|
|Education Coordinator||Michele Telfry (Biography)|
|Secretary||Karrie Dunn (Biography)|
|Lori Beth Scopie (Biography)|
|Webmaster||No Nominations. Second call for elections will be held following the voting period.|
Through exchange of knowledge, experience, and information the organization will contribute to quality health care. It will enhance communication and promote education of professionals interested in infection control.
- Assist members in the development of their infection control programs.
- Facilitate education in the infection control community
- Support and assist members with research activities and publications.
- Identify and promote effective infection control measures and quality standards.
- Increase public awareness and understanding of the sources of infection, modes of transmission, and means of control.
- Represent IPAC Nova Scotia on all IPAC Canada standing committees.
Membership is available to all persons interested in fostering the purpose and objectives of the organization. Members are those whose current IPAC Canada and IPAC Nova Scotia membership fee is paid. Memberships are non-transferable and lapses annually.
Only members may vote at IPAC Nova Scotia meetings. To hold office or vote on IPAC Canada issues one must be an active member of IPAC Canada.
Our current membership includes health care professionals from acute care, long term care and the community.