Infection Control Principles and Practices in Medical, Dental and Surgical Settings
This infection control course provides training to infection control practitioners in medical, dental and surgical fields.
The certified course offers valuable insight on the up-to-date :
1- Standard of care
3- Policies and procedures
4- Practices and techniques
The training provides the participant with the knowledge and tools to develop an effective infection prevention program to protect patients and healthcare providers including COVID -19.
It complies with accrediting and regulatory requirements through evidence-based best practices that reduce risk
The workshop covers 7 elements organized into specific discussions around:
Element 1: Understand the responsibility to adhere to scientifically accepted principles and practices of infection control and how to monitor healthcare team performance.
Element 2: Apply the engineering and work practice control measures to reduce patients and healthcare workers exposure to contact with potentially infectious material in healthcare settings.
Element 3: Create and maintain a safe environment for patient care by adhering to best practices for cleaning ,disinfection and sterilisation.
Element 4: Raise awareness on symptoms and treatments of Sepsis.
Element 5: Understanding modes and mechanisms of transmission of infectious organisms and knowing how and when to apply the all principles measures of infection prevention and control.
Element 6: Discuss the different type of personal protective equipment’s for preventing patient and healthcare worker contact with potentially infectious material.
Element 7: Create policy and procedures that adhere to standard of care to prevent and manage infectious and communicable diseases in healthcare workers.
Who Should Attend:
- Infection control doctors and practitioners
- Physicians and Resident Physicians
- Registered Nurses
- Clinical educator
- Quality team
- Healthcare Professionals who are administratively responsible for the infection control program in medical and surgical settings.
- Certification approved by the New York State Department of Health and the New York State Department of Education. ( NYIC )
- CME hours