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Event date: April 10, 2019 - April 11, 2019
Event time: | 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm
In its 12th year, this educational program is developed by nurses for nurses, primarily front line nurses who actually provide the care, regardless of setting. The focus is not on doing research, but rather on how staff nurses can develop, access ...
CEU Enhanced Leadership Development Academy for RNs and NHAs in Long-term Care
Take this survey FIRST before you click the register button to determine your eligibility. This professional development course offers RNs and NHAs working in LTC an engaging on-line learning environment with an emphasis on practical application that ...
CEU (HAI) Resources for CIC Certification: Nursing Strategies to Decrease Healthcare Associated Infections
This self-paced online course includes handwashing, principles of microbiology and antimicrobial therapy, and the IP's role in antimicrobial stewardship. This course assists IP's preparations for the CIC certification exam. Successful completion ...
CEU (HAI) Unit 1: Best Practices in Infection Control in Ambulatory Care Settings: Basic Infection Prevention and Control Principles to Guide Practice (CEU)
This self-paced course will provide information related to blood borne pathogens, hand hygiene, standard precautions including proper use of personal protective equipment, respiratory hygiene, safe medication and injection practices and other ...
(HAI) Unit 1: Best Practices in Infection Control in Ambulatory Care Settings: Basic Infection Prevention and Control Principles to Guide Practice (noncredit)
Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) and outbreaks in a variety of Ambulatory Care Settings have been a particular concern by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) since 2009. Investigations of these outbreaks and HAIs have shown they ...
CEU (HAI) Unit 2: Best Practices in Infection Control in Ambulatory Care Settings: Cleaning, Disinfection, and Sterilization (CEU)
Unit 2 in our healthcare-associated infections series, this course covers all aspects of cleaning, disinfection, and sterilization including the practical application of these principles in the outpatient setting. It will provide information that ...
(HAI) Unit 2: Best Practices in Infection Control in Ambulatory Care Settings: Cleaning, Disinfection, and Sterilization (noncredit)
Unit 2 in our healthcare-associated infections series, this course covers all aspects of cleaning, disinfection and sterilization including the practical application of these principles in the outpatient setting. It will provide information that ...
Tools to help launch or enhance an antimicrobial stewardship program from the American Hospital Association Physician Leadership Forum
Establishes all the knowledge, skills and abilities that the infection preventionist must gain. The roadmap for the novice infection preventionist by Bridges,B. (2015). PDF from APIC.
Mary Lou Manning, PhD, CRNP, CIC, FAAN. This video was filmed at the Infection Preventionists Leading the Way to Reduce Healthcare-Associated Infections Conference (March, 2017)
To help encourage the vaccination of the workforce, this influenza toolkit for long-term care also contains lots of other resources.
From the TMF QIN-QIO, describes a collaborative initiative to assist in developing or strengthening antibiotic stewardship programs.
In the FALL 2017 Prevention Strategist, the authors state: “In spite of an increasing focus on SSI reduction efforts and overall lower infection rates, the stakes remain high for all patients having surgery. Approximately 55 percent of SSI cases ...