Mary McGoldrick, MS, RN, CRNI
Mary began her home care career more than 40 years ago as a home health aide, and since that time has served in a myriad of home care clinical, management, and executive-level positions, including a hospice volunteer. Additionally, she served as a home care and hospice surveyor for The Joint Commission for 12 years, as an adjunct professor for five years at Mercer University’s Graduate School of Business and Economics in Atlanta, GA.
Mary has served as a subject matter expert on the CDC-HICPAC and Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) Committee to develop the surveillance definitions for the home health and hospice industry, on The Joint Commission’s (TJC) Expert Advisory Panel to update TJCs home care infection control standards, and the Community Health Accreditation Partner's (CHAP) subcommittee to develop new infection prevention and control standards for the home care industry.
Mary speaks frequently on topics related to infection control in home care and hospice, and was an invited speaker at the CDC’s Fifth Decennial International Conference on Healthcare-associated Infections. and as faculty for 10 years providing education to the public-at-large on TJC’s home care and hospice standards. She has been a speaker at NAHC, INS, NHIA and APIC annual meetings, TJCs Executive Briefings, and educated TJC’s home care surveyors on infection prevention and control practices, and has conducted webinars for CHAP and the VNAA.
An author of more than 110 articles and several books, chapters, and manuals, Mary is a prolific writer on topics related to infection prevention and control in home care and hospice, and is the author of the Home Care Infection Prevention and Control Program manual, an evidenced-based infection prevention and control program that is widely used by home health agencies and hospices. For APIC, Mary co-authored the first and second editions of Infection Control in Home Care and Hospice, an official publication of APIC. For the Infusion Nurses Society (INS), Mary is the author of the “Infection Prevention and Control” chapters in the textbook Infusion Nursing: An Evidence-Based Approach, the Core Curriculum for Infusion Nursing 4th Edition, and is a co-author of the 2016 Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice.
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Toll-free at (800) 961-7122.
Mary McGoldrick, MS, RN, CRNI®, Hom912e Health Systems, Inc.