The International Ultraviolet Association Healthcare Working Group invites you to join a special interactive panel session on day 3 of the 2022 IUVA Americas Conference to discuss the latest trends in germicidal ultraviolet irradiation technologies (GUVI) for healthcare. This session is featuring invited speakers to provide relevant perspectives from the Federal sector, updates on infectious disease, and dialogue on GUVI sources and devices in the context of germicidal applications and looking ahead in the next ten years. In addition, updates on programs and resources available from industry associations will be highlighted. This will be a half-day session taking place from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm EDT.
The design, development and deployment of GUVI sources and devices for infection control and prevention are of great interest to the GUVI industry, healthcare, and public health communities. Having to keep up with the changing biological threats, public health needs, guidance, and compliance requirements for GUVI technology deployment is a constant effort. At this session, learn the latest infectious disease intel and threats relevant to GUVI sources, devices, and operations and find out how businesses in the ever-changing public health landscape can connect with industry associations and government agencies for resources and assistance with GUVI applications, guidance, and policy.
Who should attend?
All stakeholders interested in the design, development or use of GUVI sources and devices for infection control and prevention are welcome to participate. This session is designed to connect commercial companies of all sizes with subject matter experts on infection control and prevention, UV industry markets and trends, and government programs, measures and policies.
Note: Each person presenting is a Subject Matter Expert, invited as a knowledgeable resource to share information and respond to questions. The purpose is not for presentation of any official policy statements or position papers; it is just open & positive information exchange in an informal, non-confrontational setting.
Time will be available at the end of the session for informal questions from the audience to get additional information/clarification of points raised.