We help keep people safe. Our cutting-edge research enables us to offer a wide range of pioneering and effective IPC solutions as well as unparalleled, bespoke training and support.
Each year, over four million people in Europe contract a healthcare-associated infection. Improving hand and environment hygiene are essential steps to break the chain of transmission. We commit to producing high-quality products which truly reduce pathogens and harmful microorganisms.Our products
With the threat of microbial resistance rising, constant innovations are needed to deliver safe healthcare. The team at our state-of-the-art Fellows Research Centre explore areas ranging from microbiology to formulation and material science, supporting every GAMA product with a robust package of scientific evidence.Learn more
GAMA’s suite of dedicated training resources has been developed in collaboration with the UK’s leading infection prevention specialists. All our educational resources, from our online training hub to face-to-face sessions, are fully customisable and have been designed to teach best practice in an engaging, interactive way.Training
We're passionate about education and teaching best practice. We support specialists and IPC nurses at study days and educational events.
Our in-house creative team produce bespoke posters and collateral for customers, allowing you to showcase your IPC compliance initiatives.
Revolutionary ideas can come from anywhere. Collaborate and innovate with GAMA.
In the AJIC special issue on ‘Disinfection, sterilization, and antisepsis’, there is a helpful State-of-the-Science mini-review on the importance of biofilms in medical device reprocessing and healthcare surface disinfection.
The next article in the AJIC special issue on ‘Disinfection, sterilization, and antisepsis’ is a mini-review on whether there is a relationship between biocide use and antimicrobial resistance. Reassuringly, despite the widespread use of biocides in healthcare settings (and in consumer markets), acquired resistance has rarely been reported.
The American Journal of Infection Control has recently published a must-read special issue titled: ‘Disinfection, sterilization, and antisepsis: Principles, practices, current issues, new research, and new technologies.’