Moments that Matter

International Infection Prevention Week (IIPW)

This IIPW, we invited you to be part of the inspiring IPC 'Moments that Matter' campaign. It was your chance to celebrate the essential work you and your team do to reduce and prevent infections within your healthcare facility.

Why does every moment matter?

In healthcare, every action counts, and each moment holds the potential to create a positive impact. Let's reflect and acknowledge the significance of these pivotal 'Moments that Matter.' This campaign goes beyond an event; it's a movement that highlights the critical role IPC plays in maintaining a safe healthcare environment.

Available resources:
- Educational posters
- Screensaver and Zoom background
- Useful research references and articles
- Webinar: IPC Moments that Matter - Fundamentals for Impact

How you can get involved


The educational posters focus on the critical 'Moments that Matter.' These visual aids reinforce the fundamentals of IPC for creating a safer healthcare setting.


Utilise the IPC 'Moments that Matter' screensaver as a reminder of the essential steps for creating a safer healthcare environment.


Explore research, clinical trials and case studies that shed light on IPC 'Moments that Matter' in healthcare. Gain insights into IPC's pivotal role and ensure safety for all.

‘Capture the IPC Moments that Matter’ Competition Winners

We are excited to congratulate the ten winners of our ‘Capture the IPC Moments that Matter’ Competition!

  • Linda Farr: Bathurst Hospital Western NSW LHD
  • Miechelline Magallanes: Blacktown Hospital - Western Sydney Local Health District
  • Alison Spragg: West Gippsland Healthcare Group
  • Joann Chiong: Fairfield Hospital
  • Belinda Kramp: Swan Hill District Health
  • Ursula Lavender: Busselton Health Campus
  • Tinsu T: Griffith Base Hospital
  • Leanne Baffis: Maruma-li - Wyong Hospital
  • Beth Cullen: Goulburn Base Hospital
  • Ramihna Mercado: Warrigal Care Coniston

Education webinar

Watch our webinar, 'IPC Moments that Matter: Fundamentals for Impact,' on 16th October 2023, at 7:00 PM (AEDT). In this session, Professor Brett Mitchell and Amy Cartwright will discuss various topics and hold an interactive Q&A session.

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