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Connect with Infection Prevention & Control Professionals

Infection Prevention and Control Canada’s National Conference and Industry Showcase returns as a hybrid conference for the 2024 year. Learn more about the opportunities available to connect with industry professionals. 


IPAC Canada’s annual conference attracts infection prevention and control professionals of all backgrounds, including nurses, physicians, epidemiologists, environmental services managers, medical laboratory technologists, dental professionals, pre-hospital/emergency services professionals, and many other healthcare sectors across the spectrum of care. 
This is a premier event for companies providing including, but not limited to, hand hygiene products, cleaning and disinfection products, antiseptics and antimicrobial agents, personal protective equipment, purification systems, software, and healthcare construction and renovation services.


It is important that our conference reaches its largest audience and that our sponsors get the most value for their contribution – we’ve moved to a hybrid model to offer the best of both worlds. The main conference will take place in-person in St. John's, attracting industry professionals and our trade show will provide you with the opportunity to showcase your products or services and engage with your stakeholders. Select education sessions will be live-streamed and attendees will be able to interact on the virtual platform and conference app, Swoogo. Take advantage of this format with a virtual and in-person avenue to connect, learn, and grow.


IPAC Canada is a multidisciplinary professional organization of over 2100 healthcare professionals and others dedicated to the prevention and control of infections across the 
continuum of care. We provide members with timely education opportunities, resources, tools, and publications to inspire, nurture and advance all facets of infection prevention and control; we develop position statements and practice recommendations to support, encourage, and promote their practice. We advocate the advancement of evidence-informed practices to protect both healthcare providers and the public. The association publishes a quarterly scientific journal, The Canadian Journal of Infection Control, and a bi-annual publication, Industry Innovations, specifically for industry whitepapers. For more information about these publications, contact Al Whalen, Advertising Manager (