Introduction to Infection Control

Introduction to Infection Control

Introduction to Infection Control

Introduction to Infection Control

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Since infection prevention became a vital component of health care, medical professionals are constantly reminded about the importance of proper infection control methods. This course presents the issues of identifying and preventing infections in the healthcare environment and community best practices with references from the Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization. Topics covered will include a current overview of the chain of infection, modes of transmission, and hosts, as well as various infection control practices and procedures, guidelines regarding how to eliminate the risk of infection and work practice controls. ACCREDITATION REQUIREMENT (AAAASF Medicare 200.055.020.021.023.030.045) (AAAASF Regular 200.055.011/ Procedural 200.040.045) (AAAHC 5.II.D, 2.I.B-17 E.G, 7.1.B.3) (29 CFR 1910.1030)

COURSE INFORMATION

Denise Warren, RN30 minValid for 12 monthsCreated 2017-09-15Updated 2017-09-15

Course Objectives

  • Learn the definitions of infection and infection control
  • List the chain of infection, modes of transmission, and hosts
  • Know strategies that help eliminate the transmission of infections

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