Microbiology: What You Need to Know in an ASC Setting

This DVD is presented by Paula Bullock, M.Ed, MT(ASCP), CIC and will provide a basic overview about bacteria, viruses, fungii and parasites.  She will discuss what you need to know about identifying them  along with strategic infection prevention strategies relating to these microbes.

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This DVD contains 1 of the 15 presentations given at our Infection Strategies for Surgical Settings seminars conducted over a 2-day period of time.

Microbiology: What You Need to

Know in an ASC Setting

By: Paula Bullock M.Ed, MT(ASCP), CIC


The OVERVIEW of Paula’s seminar presentation is about:

  • What are Bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites;
  • What is a microbe-host relationship;
  • How to identify each of these organisms;
  • What to do about these each of these organisms

 Click below for a preview snipit of Paula’s  presentation...





You will receive 1.0 - Contact Hour of continuing education for viewing and participating in this entire single DVD presentation.

Excellentia Advisory Group will continually offer 1.0 - Contact Hour for any new employee that watches for up to one year beyond the purchase date.  Therefore this DVD investment can be used over and over and become part of your new hire training or annual in-service training program. *Excellentia Advisory Group will keep detailed records of all your employee(s) participation as outlined and required by the California Board of Registered Nursing. If you should ever lose your certificate and need a copy, please call us.


Once the DVD has been viewed and discussed, you should contact Excellentia Advisory Group via email with the name(s), title(s), and credentials of the person(s) that participated. Excellentia will U.S. mail your documents showing/documenting your participation and Contact Hours.

 Price:  $139.00


* Excellentia Advisory Group LLC is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider CEP 15481: Issue Date: 4/6/2010;

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