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Electrostatic Technology: LTC Infection Prevention Innovation (On Demand CE Webinar)

Infection prevention and control practices are evolving in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Given the large volume of environmental surfaces that can become contaminated in long-term care settings, innovations such as electrostatic sprayers help streamline surface disinfection practices. This webinar will review this technology and provide best practice applications within a long-term care facility. It also will explain the major differences between electrostatic sprayers and other disinfection technologies, and provide a deep dive into research studies relating to electrostatic technology.

After this course, participants will be able to:
  • Understand how electrostatic technology works and how it is used for surface disinfection
  • Examine the difference between electrostatic technology and other technologies used for surface disinfection
  • Identify places in your facility where you can use electrostatic technology to enhance your disinfection protocols
  • Learn how to select the right electrostatic sprayer for your needs
Applicable for:  Infection Preventionists, Long Term Care Administrators, Directors of Nursing, Environmental Services, and all Patient Safety and Infection Control Practitioners.

If you're already registered for the Electrostatic Technology: LTC Infection Prevention Innovation (On Demand CE Webinar) webcast, click below:



Emily Rosenberg, MPH

Senior Clinical and Scientific Affairs Specialist


Emily Rosenberg is a Senior Clinical and Scientific Affairs Specialist for CloroxPro and is passionate about public health and making a measurable impact on health and safety. Her work focuses on a wide range of topics from public health and the professional cleaning industry to disinfection technologies and infection prevention within healthcare. Emily earned her Master of Public Health concentrating in Infectious Disease Epidemiology from Boston University and her Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Science and Microbiology from the University of Arizona. She is currently a member of the American Public Health Association (APHA) and the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC).
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