This provided document is an assessment of the current cleaning/disinfection procedures of C. difficile in long-term care facilities. Within is a provided survey for the current activities of healthcare professionals employed in this field as caregivers.

Documentation further goes on to note:

  • C. difficile spores, surviving for a long time on objects and surfaces, play a role in the spread of C.difficile infections (CDI).
  • Appropriate cleaning and disinfection of the environment and equipment is an essential strategy for reducing CDI.
  • Nursing homes should have educational programs, policies, and procedures that outline schedules and responsibilities for cleaning practices.
  • etc.
Latest posts by C.A.R.E. Team (see all)

Assessment of Current CDI Prevention Activities: Appropriate Cleaning/Disinfection of Equipment and the Environment




We are working hard top provide valuable information for individuals and families. We make updates regularly so check back often. Join our Mailing list for UPDATE NOTICES and more information.


Frontline workers and Care Givers  ..WE APPRECIATE YOU! We are dedicated to helping you provide the highest Quality of Care and working hard to help Advance Quality Care in America.

Facility Owners

If you are a facility owner, we understand your unique position especially during these crazy times that is why we are teaming with the top professionals in research, legal and government to help you rise to the occasion.