a-IPCTM in the Spotlight

What made you want to pursue a career in infection prevention and control? What does being an a-IPCTM mean to you? How has gaining the a-IPCTM credential impacted your career development? We want to put the Spotlight on you!

If you'd like to participate and be our next a-IPCTM in the Spotlight, fill out the Questions and Release forms, and email them as Word Document attachments to info@cbic.org with the subject line "a-IPC in the Spotlight." Please also attach a headshot in the email so that we can include it in the Spotlight.

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Bushra Bilal, a-IPC

Getting a-IPC certified has given me an insight on the current trends and practices in the field of infection prevention and control, especially in the context of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.


Sherry A. Anadiotis, a-IPC

I feel by initiating the a-IPC on my own it shows my commitment to my position and my desire to be in this specialty for the long haul.


Jillian Barthelemy, a-IPC

Becoming a-IPCTM has been a huge accomplishment for me! I think that the certification displays my commitment to the field of infection prevention and is a stamp of approval to show that I am knowledgeable in this realm of public health and healthcare.


Stella Sunny, BSN, RN,, a-IPC

On my very first day of a job stalking opportunity to infection control dept I was introduced to the field of Infection Prevention and Control. I immediately felt a rush of excitement and knew that Infection Control would be my career path.


Rhonda DeMeno, a-IPC

This certification has provided me with a broader knowledge base on infection control and key program elements which in turn has allowed me to provide my clients with expert guidance on infection control and prevention processes.


Tanya Legall, MPH, BSc, a-IPC

It is quite a privilege and honour to have this designation which shows that I have attained a level of excellence and competence to practice in my field.