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C Diff Foundation

C Diff Foundation
The C Diff Foundation,is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, established in 2012, and comprised of 100% volunteering professionals dedicated at supporting public health through education and advocating for C. difficile infection (CDI) prevention, treatments, environmental safety, and support worldwide.

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Neotrope Announces C Diff Foundation as a 2018 JL Simmons NonProfit PR Grant Recipient
Neotrope announced the C diff Foundation as a recipient of the JL Simmons NonProfit PR Grant.
Changes in Recommendations for Diagnosis, Disease Severity, and Treatment of <em>C difficile</em> Infection in the 2017 Update to the IDSA/SHEA Clinical Practice Guidelines
The updated guidelines recommend targeting those with active infection and avoiding treatment of “carriers” of C difficile who are colonized but not symptomatic.
Nurses & Disinfection Practices: What Role Do They Play?
Barley Chironda, RPN, CIC, explains the role that nurses play in disinfection practices at health care facilities.
Cell Phones: Potential Vectors for <i>C. diff</i>?
Barley Chironda, RPN, CIC, infection control specialist at Clorox Healthcare, explains how cell phones and smart devices can potentially serve as a vector for C. diff.
Why Current Environmental Cleaning Practices Used in Hospitals Aren't Making the Cut
Barley Chironda, RPN, CIC, explains why current environmental disinfection practices aren’t making the cut.
<i>C difficile</i> Rates in the United Kingdom
Dr. Richard Vickers, discusses C. difficile rates in the United Kingdom.
High-Touch Points in Hospital Rooms That Harbor Pathogenic Bacteria
Barley Chironda, RPN, CIC, discusses different high-touch surfaces in hospital rooms that are known to harbor pathogenic bacteria.
The Escalating Problem & Cost of Antimicrobial Resistance
Glenn Tillotson, PhD, FIDSA, provides insight into the growing problem and cost of antimicrobial resistance.
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