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All of PICNet’s online courses are available on the PHSA LearningHub, where learners can track their courses and receive certificates upon completion. You do not have to be a PHSA employee to use the LearningHub.

For any technical issues with your LearningHub account, including creating/updating your account, completing the modules, and/or printing your certificate, please go to http://learninghubhelp.phsa.ca/. ¬†Click on “Get Help” (the first option), and from there you can submit a ticket.

Create a LearningHub account

In order to take and complete the Learning Hub courses such as Provincial Hand Hygiene Education or the Infection Prevention and Control Basics courses, you will need a PHSA LearningHub account.

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HAND HYGIENE BASICS

This online training course, created by the Provincial Hand Hygiene Working Group, is a resource for those who need to learn about hand hygiene but do not need all the content that is presented in the Infection Prevention and Control Basics courses.

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HIGH THREAT PATHOGENS

Provincial training standards used in this course include preparedness for responding safely to high threat pathogens.

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Infection Prevention & Control Professional Orientation Manual

The orientation manual for new infection prevention and control professionals (ICPs) is the result of a collaborative effort by ICPs from across Canada.

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Infection Control During Construction, Renovation & Maintenance

Learn about infection control during construction, renovation, and maintenance in healthcare settings, including risk assessments, preventive measures, and roles and responsibilities.

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Infection Prevention & Control Basics Course

Foundational infection prevention and control educational courses for health-care workers.

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INTRODUCTION TO CRITICAL APPRAISAL

The online course on some of the key elements used in critical appraisal of evidence to guide decision making in healthcare based on Public Health Agency of Canada’s Critical Appraisal Toolkit.

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