Infection Prevention & Control
No. of mini-lessons4
No. of mini-lessons 4
No-one likes getting sick. You get that icky, not-right feeling, and you know you could be in for a few days shivering in bed, needing endless supplies of tissues and cough medicine. You wouldn’t wish it on anyone, and you’d likely tell people to stay away so they didn’t catch your bug.
But in healthcare settings, it’s impossible to isolate everyone all the time, so infections can cause big problems. It’s likely there’ll be people around for whom catching any bug could have very serious health consequences. So, it’s vital that all healthcare settings implement effective Infection Prevention & Control (IPC) measures.
What Infection Prevention & Control (IPC) looks like in healthcare settings
The importance of cleaning to avoid disease spreading
Ways to maintain a high standard of IPC
Why your teams need this course
In healthcare settings, it is vital for healthcare employees to protect patients, colleagues, and themselves from possible infection. This course is for healthcare workers, or medical or healthcare assistants. It’ll explain what IPC is, and why high standards are crucial to prevent and control infection. And by using the advice in this course, they’ll be able to put the basics of IPC into practice.
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