AIM Infection Prevention Champions Program

Your facility’s GI/endoscopy unit is in a position to improve patient safety and care, but it needs the tools and knowledge to lead the charge! When you sign up to become a Champion for your GI/endoscopy unit, you are making a commitment to analyze your current infection prevention practices, and identify opportunities for improvement or change. Champions learn how to complete in-depth unit risk assessments, apply survey standards from accrediting organizations and build knowledge on leading practices.

Being a Champion also provides an opportunity for your GI/endoscopy unit to become the ‘go-to’ resources for infection prevention questions. They can work with the hospital’s infection prevention committee to review processes, products, education and competencies, and train others on how to follow SGNA standards.

The SGNA Assess, Implement, and Maintain (AIM) Champions Program: guides participants to assess their current practices and implement best practices in section one, while the second section focuses on maintaining the optimal infection prevention standards for long-term success and patient safety. This options requires the Champion to remain the same individual for the full duration of the program.

  • AI Infection Prevention Champions Program

    Contains 49 Component(s)

    The SGNA Assess and Implement (AI) Champions Program guides participants to assess their current practices and implement best practices.

    Your facility’s GI/endoscopy unit is in a position to improve patient safety and care, but it needs the tools and knowledge to lead the charge! When you sign up to become a Champion for your GI/endoscopy unit, you are making a commitment to analyze your current infection prevention practices, and identify opportunities for improvement or change. Champions learn how to complete in-depth unit risk assessments, apply survey standards from accrediting organizations and build knowledge on leading practices.

    Being a Champion also provides an opportunity for your GI/endoscopy unit to become the ‘go-to’ resources for infection prevention questions. They can work with the hospital’s infection prevention committee to review processes, products, education and competencies, and train others on how to follow SGNA standards.

    The Assess and Implement (AI) Champions Program guides participants to assess their current practices and implement best practices. 

  • AIM Infection Prevention Champions Program - Maintenance Year

    Contains 13 Component(s)

    The SGNA ​Assess, Implement, and Maintain (AIM) Champions Program guides participants to assess their current practices and implement best practices in the first part of the program, while the second part of the program focuses on maintaining the optimal infection prevention standards for long-term success and patient safety.

    Your facility’s GI/endoscopy unit is in a position to improve patient safety and care, but it needs the tools and knowledge to lead the charge! When you sign up to become a Champion for your GI/endoscopy unit, you are making a commitment to analyze your current infection prevention practices, and identify opportunities for improvement or change. Champions learn how to complete in-depth unit risk assessments, apply survey standards from accrediting organizations and build knowledge on leading practices.

    Being a Champion also provides an opportunity for your GI/endoscopy unit to become the ‘go-to’ resources for infection prevention questions. They can work with the hospital’s infection prevention committee to review processes, products, education and competencies, and train others on how to follow SGNA standards.

    The SGNA Assess, Implement, and Maintain (AIM) Champions Program guides participants to assess their current practices and implement best practices in the first part of the program, while the second part of the program focuses on maintaining the optimal infection prevention standards for long-term success and patient safety.