Government Affairs

The APIC public policy program monitors, analyzes, and guides legislative and regulatory proposals at the federal and state levels to protect patients and promote evidence-based policies.  Here are a few items of note.

Take Action

You can contact policymakers to voice your support for infection prevention priorities. Locate your legislators and weigh in on time-sensitive infection prevention issues by visiting the Public Policy section of the APIC web site.

Contact your TRAPIC  GAC Representative

Suzanne Mamrose-Hunt, MPH,MT(ASCP)


Additional Resources





We are the Three Rivers APIC chapter serving Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia.

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