Infection Prevention Control Service consultation

Closed 29 Jul 2022

Opened 8 Jul 2022


The City of Wolverhampton Council’s Public Health service commission the Infection Prevention Control Service (IPCS) to support various settings across Wolverhampton, to manage infectious outbreaks through a package of advice, guidance and education in raising and maintaining excellent infection prevention standards. The service is currently provided by Royal Wolverhampton Trust and supports various settings including care providers such as care homes, homecare and supported living, as well as hostels.

Public Health are currently in the process of reviewing the scope of the IPCS and would like to invite views, particularly from partner agencies and end-users such as care providers to help shape the service moving forward.

Participants completing the short survey will remain anonymous unless they choose to leave their details at the end of the survey. The survey consists of brief questions and will take around 5-10 minutes to complete, depending on responses. The survey will remain open until 29 July 2022.

If you have any queries in regard to this survey please contact:

Thank-you for taking part.


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