Caitlin Stowe, MPH, CPH, CIC is the director of Infection Prevention for Tanner Health System in Carrollton, Georgia. She is a master’s prepared infection preventionist with infection prevention experience in various healthcare settings including oncology/bone marrow transplant, pediatrics, and trauma. She has led many successful healthcare associated infection reduction projects, including one that led to a 38% reduction in hospital-onset Clostridium difficile infections. Caitlin is also certified in Infection Control and Public Health.
Her current interests include: emerging pathogens, CAUTI reduction, patient and staff education, and community outreach. Caitlin has served on the board of Florida Professionals in Infection Control as president-elect, and chaired the 2013 FPIC Annual Seminar. She also lectures on infection prevention practices and emerging infectious diseases on a local and state basis.
Caitlin obtained a Bachelor of Science from the University of Central Florida, and a Master’s in Public Health, with a concentration in Global Communicable Disease, from the University of South Florida.