As healthcare professionals, we strive to be better and do our best every day, to protect our patients, in their most critical moments.
While experience is our teacher, Continuous Medical Education (CME) is an inseparable part of performing well and doing an outstanding job in patient safety.
ASP University is your best teacher when it comes to CME in the field of patient safety, infection prevention, and sterilization of medical devices with low-temperature sterilization methods.
It is a community of healthcare professionals who share the same drive – to improve safety and excel at Medical Device (MD) reprocessing.
Live and On-demand, all live webinars are recorded and registrants receive a replay link.
decontamination experts that
partner with ASP
Factsheets with key messages;
Certificate of attendance;
CRCST Certification Program.
High quality CME knowledge
and skillset for assured
You will get lifelong access to CME webinars,
delivered by top notch healthcare professionals
on topics about sterilization of OT instruments
and the issues related to it.
ASP Webinars provide as well a deep dive
into specific challenges such as:
We also cover the subjects of:
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NEW SERIES OF WEBINARS, COVERING THE TOPICS ABOVE.
All webinars are free of charge and can be watched on demand at your own pace at a
time convenient for you.
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You can earn your CRCST certification and respectively CME credits by enrolling in the HSPA/IAHCSMM program, which is being recommended by ASP University.
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Every day, millions of surgeries are done throughout the world. Surgical Site Infections (SSIs) can complicate any type of surgery and are among the most prevalent healthcare associated infections (HAI)1.
According to the ECDC, 18,3% of all HAIs in Europe are SSIs.2
However, the reprocessing of the devices used in these procedures is challenging and requires appropriate techniques.
According to the last ECRI report, device cleaning, disinfection, and sterilization are on the top 10 of Patient Safety Concerns.3