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INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL EDUCATION AND TRAINING 2010 by lindash

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INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL EDUCATION AND TRAINING 2010

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									ABN 58 105 361 500
                                 INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL EDUCATION AND TRAINING 2010
 A range of education and training options from 1 hour sessions to full day training programs on all aspects of infection prevention and control in the residential,
      community, child care, office-based, day surgery, correctional/justice, emergency and industry setting can be provided on site for your organisation.

                Back to Basics of Infection Prevention & Control                            Infection Prevention & Control Principles and Practices
  •  Risk assessment utilising chain of infection                                  • Key principles of effective infection prevention and control
  •  Standard & Transmission-Based Precautions                                     • Health care associated infection hazards/risks
  •  Staff health requirements                                                     • Prevention and control strategies
                 Infection Prevention: It’s Everyone’s Business                            The Bug Stops Here! – A Guide to Hand Hygiene and PPE
  • Standard Precautions                                                           • Barriers and indications for hand hygiene
  • Transmission-based precautions                                                 • Hand hygiene techniques
  • Biohazard exposure management                                                  • Selection and use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
                         Common Infections in the Elderly                                      Demystifying Antimicrobial-Resistant Organisms
  • Predisposing risk factors to infection                                         • Occurrence and origins of MRSA, VRE & ESBLs
  • Commons bugs and the infections they cause                                     • Risk factors, transmission and consequences
  • Prevention and control strategies                                              • Prevention and control strategies
                    Respiratory Tract Infections in the Elderly                                     Seasonal Influenza – Prevention & Control
  • Function and normal flora of the respiratory tract                             • Influenza disease process
  • Types and causes of URTIs and LRTIs                                            • Prevention and control strategies
  • Prevention and control strategies                                              • Outbreak management
                  Influenza Immunisation – Dispelling the Myths                                        Urinary Tract Infections in the Elderly
  • Common arguments and myths                                                     • Function and normal flora of the urinary tract
  • Influenza vaccination facts                                                    • Common pathogens causing UTIs
  • Organisational promotional strategies                                          • Prevention and control strategies



               All education and training programs are conducted by a trainer who has fulfilled or working towards the requirements for
                                             BSZ 40198 Certificate IV in Assessment & Workplace Training

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                                    P.O. Box 233 North Perth Western Australia 6906 Telephone: 61-8-9227 1132 Fax: 61-8-9227 1134
                                       Email: info@handsoninfectioncontrol.com.au Website: www.handsoninfectioncontrol.com.au
ABN 58 105 361 500

                   Skin & Soft Tissue Infections in the Elderly                              Creepy Crawlies – Scabies, Lice & Bed Bugs
  • Function and normal flora of the skin                                    • Common parasitic infestations
  • Common fungal, bacterial, viral and parasitic skin and eye infections    • Prevention and control strategies
  • Prevention and control strategies                                        • Outbreak management
                 The Ins & Outs of Gastrointestinal Infections                                   Blood-Borne Viruses in the Workplace
  • Common causes                                                            • Risk of transmission
  • Prevention and control strategies                                        • Prevention and control strategies
  • Outbreak management                                                      • Sharps and body fluid exposure management
                       Staff Health & Infection Prevention                                     Staying Healthy & Hygienic in Child Care
  • Pre-employment screening                                                  • Common childhood infections/infectious diseases
  • Immunisation considerations                                               • Standard precautions work practices
  • Exposure management                                                       • Staff health requirements
   Cleaning, Disinfection & Sterilisation in the Office-Based Health Care         Protect and Prevent – Infection Control for Office Based Workers
  • Chain of infection                                                        • Chain of infection
  • Principles of reprocessing reusable instruments and equipment             • Basic hygiene and health
  • Monitoring, validation and maintenance                                    • Prevention and control strategies
         Cleaning Principles & Practices for Cleaning Services Staff                Laundry Principles & Practices for Laundry Service Workers
  • The cleaning process                                                      • AS/NZS 4146
  • Effective cleaning practices                                              • Risk management
  • Chemical and equipment handling and safety                                • Laundry practices
                       Food Safety Principles & Practices                    Remember education programs can be tailored to suit the specific needs of
  • Food safety program legislative requirements and standards               individual organisations, specialities, environments and staff/volunteer
  • Personal hygiene and food hygiene practices                              groups. These programs can be incorporated into existing induction/
  • HACCP principles                                                         orientation, inservice, professional development and targeted programs for
                                                                             all categories of clinical, support and ancillary staff.

     All Hands-On Infection Control education and training activities have been endorsed by APEC No 070523701 as authorized by Royal College
                                          of Nursing, Australia (RCNA) according to approved criteria

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                                    P.O. Box 233 North Perth Western Australia 6906 Telephone: 61-8-9227 1132 Fax: 61-8-9227 1134
                                       Email: info@handsoninfectioncontrol.com.au Website: www.handsoninfectioncontrol.com.au

								
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