AnsellCARES group of medical professionals

Our Commitment to Professional Education and Clinical Affairs

As part of Ansell’s long-standing commitment to advancing education, AnsellCARES was created with the mission of adding value beyond product. AnsellCARES is a global multifaceted education program guided by leading clinical experts from around the world. Our goal is to offer education and awareness campaigns to promote safety, support risk reduction and improve outcomes. AnsellCARES training programs are based on scientific evidence and best practice industry standards to help keep you informed of the latest developments for application to practice.


Your Role in Preventing Surgical Site Infections

September 13, 2023 | 7pm EST | 1 CE for RN’s, CST’s, CSFA’s and other Associate members of AST

Please join Peter Graves and Maureen Spencer to discuss recent studies which have provided insights from a series of patient-level collections of proprietary de-identified private and public claims data in the US, revealing that the actual risk and costs of an SSI exceeds our current understanding.

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Self-study modules & Live Presentation Requests

Follow the links below to learn more. Ansell is an approved provider of accredited continuing education (CE programs) for RNs and other professional groups in some regions.

Live Presentation Requests

Live course presentations for healthcare professionals can be scheduled onsite or virtual at your facility or for related professional organization meetings.

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Brief excerpts for busy healthcare professionals. Features the latest clinical practice trends with links to published literature and recommended guidelines for immediate application to practice.

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Quarterly Newsletters

Evidenced based content developed in collaboration with clinical experts from around the world. Addresses key healthcare issues, impacts of regulatory and national standards and new practice innovations.

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