Christine Bingman is an infection preventionist for the Patient Safety Authority. In this role, she is responsible for education and outreach for infection preventionists at all levels of healthcare. Christine has clinical infection prevention experience as an infection preventionist and a manager of infection prevention for a large health system, as well as a director of infection prevention in acute care, behavioral health, long-term care, hospital-based clinics, ambulatory surgical sites, and long-term acute care facilities. Her clinical experiences enable her to assist others in setting priorities for patient safety and to serve as a content expert in developing infection prevention strategies and solutions for our healthcare partners.
Christine graduated with honors from Duquesne University with a Bachelor of Science in nursing. She earned a Master of Science in nursing from Chatham University followed by a doctor of nursing practice with a focus in leadership, environmental safety, and epidemiology. She is board-certified in infection control and epidemiology (CIC) and an active member of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) nationally and through her local Northwestern Pennsylvania chapter.