Grampians Region Infection Control Group (GRICG)
The Grampians Region Infection Control Group was established in 2000 as part of the Victorian Government's initiative to facilitate a coordinated approach to the implementation of a state wide infection control strategic framework. The group consists of the two regional consultants (Mary Smith and Sue Atkins) and the infection control consultant from each health care facility in the Grampians Region.
The purpose of the regional group is to:
Provide a forum for liaison between agency infection control consultants
Provide on-site support to the agency infection control consultants
Develop generic resources that can be used by the whole region and beyond
To conduct inter-agency benchmarking projects
To work with the Rural Infection Control Practice Group (RICPRAC) to conduct inter-regional benchmarking projects.
Resources available on this site
There is a wide range of infection prevention and control resources available on this site. Click the the appropriate links below or on the left hand menu (under Infection Control) to access these resources.
For further information about infection prevention and control in the Grampians region contact the following consultants:
Sue Atkins (Regional Infection Control Consultant)
- Mary Smith (Regional Infection Control Consultant)
Disclaimer: Every effort has been taken to confirm the accuracy of the information presented in these resources, however, the authors are not responsible for errors or omissions or for any consequences from application of the information in the resources and make no warranty, express or implied, with respect to the contents of the publications. In view of ongoing research, changes in government regulations and the flow of other information, the information is provided on the basis that all persons undertake responsibility for assessing the relevance and accuracy of the content.
Updated 18 January 2017