Infection Prevention & Control for Extended Care Facilities

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By completing this series of modules, you will be able to:

    • Identify and describe the use of standard precautions.
    • Describe droplet and airborne precautions and when to use them.
    • Demonstrate hand hygiene skills and practices.
    • Employ personal protective equipment for infection prevention.
    • Apply best practices for safely handling potentially contaminated equipment or surfaces in the resident environment.
    • Identify and describe environmental procedures and practices that prevent and control infection.

     


    

Continuing Education Modules

     

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Biological Hazards

Narrated Version ~ Non-Narrated Version

This 1.5 hour module, developed in March 2017, covers OSHA regulation topics for Biological Hazards in extended care facilities. This course is recommended for all
                           facility staff.

      

Nurse infront of blood dropBloodborne Pathogens for Clinical Staff

Narrated Version ~ Non-Narrated Version

This 1.5 hour module, developed in December 2016, covers OSHA regulation topics for Bloodborne Pathogens for staff who are involved in direct patient care. This course is recommended for nursing staff, nursing assistants, and management staff.

    

blood dropBloodborne Pathogens for Non-Clinical Staff

Narrated Version ~ Non-Narrated Version

This 1.5 hour module, developed in December 2016, covers OSHA regulation topics related to Bloodborne Pathogens for Non-Clinical Staff. This course is recommended for laundry, housekeeping, maintenance, dietary, and office staff, as well as volunteers.