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Eligibility For CBIC Certification Board Of Infection Control And Epidemiology Examination

  1. One should be licensed or certified healthcare professional with current registration/certification in good standing with the appropriate licensing board/certification/governing body.
  2. One should be working in healthcare.
  3. One should have sufficient experience in infection prevention and control.
  1. Infection prevention and control is one of your primary roles / responsibilities in your current position.

Format Of CBIC Certification Board Of Infection Control And Epidemiology Examination

CBIC's Certification In Infection Control (CIC) examination is administered via computer, five days a week at over 140 assessment centers in North America. There are no pre-scheduled testing dates. Once a candidate is confirmed eligible s/he will receive notice from the testing agency including instructions on how to schedule an examination appointment. Once certified, certification is valid for a five year period.

CBIC Study Guide

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Category : Medical
Product # : Study Guide Exam- 216
Description :

CBIC Study guide includes test preparation tips, how to solve question problem and indepth knowledge on following topics

  • quation of Infection
  • Causes of Infection
  • Determining Rates of Occurrence
  • Designing Controls for Nosocomial Infections
  • Cohort Studies
  • Bayes' Law of Probability
  • Collecting and Culturing Air Samples
  • Selective Toxicity
  • Side Effects of Antimicrobial Therapeutic Agents
  • Prepathogenesis and its Three Stages in Disease
  • Levels of Disease Prevention
  • Collecting and Selecting Specimens
  • Guidelines for Transporting Specimens
  • Effective Planning for Disease Outbreaks
  • General Mission of Epidemiology
  • Conduction an Epidemiologic Field Investigation
  • Survival Analysis and Hazard Rates
  • Observational Descriptive Studies
  • Prevalence Surveys
  • High-Risk Nursery Surveillance
  • Computer Based Surveillance Programs
  • Types of Isolation Precautions
  • Principles of Antisepsis
  • Dealing with Communicable Diseases
  • Housekeeping Policies
  • CDC Guidelines
  • Types of Dermal Microorganisms
  • The Fulkerson Scale
  • Hand Disinfection
  • Epidemiologist's Role in Disaster Planning
  • Preventing and Controlling Transmission of Infections
  • Agents
  • The Norwalk Family of Viruses
  • Scombroid and Toadstool Poisoning
  • Legionnaire's Disease
  • Levels of Disinfection and Quarantine
  • Designing an Infection Surveillance System
  • Treating Gram-Positive Meningitis
  • Treatment Options for Medical Waste
  • Informatics
  • Epidemiology Databases
  • Types of Zoonoses
  • Diseases Passed from Animals to Humans
  • Statistical Tools
  • Epidemiologic Biomarkers
  • Duties of an Infection Control Committee
  • Risk Management
  • Ectoparasite Control and Prevention
  • Testing for Latex Allergies and Sensitivities
  • Immigrants and Tuberculosis
  • Risks and Treatments for Nosocomial Influenza
  • Immunogenicity
  • Phases of Bacterial Growth
  • Cohort Analysis
  • Screening and Serial Testing
  • Case-Control Study Approach
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