Free CE: Infection Control Basics
When you find out one of the guests at the small dinner party you just attended came down with H1N1 you start wondering if you’ve "caught it" – because everyone knows that H1N1 is an infectious disease.
Prevention of infectious diseases is especially important for healthcare workers – because you are exposed to illness every day.
Do you know the three things an infection needs to spread?
Do you know the five different modes of transmission?
Controlling infectious diseases is one of the most fundamentally important aspects of healthcare. It can also be one of the most forgotten. The precautions that we as healthcare workers take to prevent infections are usually inconvenient, often irritating, and generally lacking in immediate visible results.
But don't underestimate the necessity of infection control. If you work in healthcare, it is your job to control infections. This class will teach you how to do that.
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