Course curriculum - Re-Certification 2021 edition

This re-certification course provides training on Infection Control in the Ambulatory Setting. It includes the steps required to prevent infections, best practices, and how to respond if an infection occurs. At the successful completion of the course, the student will receive a certificate of completion.

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    INFECTION CONTROL IN THE ASC

    • OBJECTIVES

    • INFECTION CONTROL

    • INFECTION CONTROL PLAN

    • CMS REQUIREMENTS

    • STEP 1. EDUCATION

    • STEP 1A. COORDINATION

    • STEP 1B. COORDINATION: FRAMEWORK

    • STEP 2 MITIGATION: REDUCING RISK

    • STEP 3. MITIGATION

    • REDUCING RISK: EMPLOYEE HEALTH

    • REDUCING RISK: PATIENT HEALTH

    • REDUCING RISK: HAND HYGIENE

    • REDUCING RISK: PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

    • REDUCING RISK: SAFE INJECTION PRACTICES

    • REDUCING RISK: MULTI-DOSE MEDICATIONS

    • REDUCING RISK: STERILIZATION AND HIGH LEVEL DISINFECTION

    • REDUCING RISK: POINT OF CARE DEVICES

    • REDUCING RISK: ENVIRONMENTAL INFECTION CONTROL

    • STEP 4: MONITORING AND SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES

    • MONITORING AND SURVEILLANCE: HAND HYGIENE AUDITS

    • MONITORING AND SURVEILLANCE: SAFE INJECTION PRACTICE AUDITS

    • MONITORING AND SURVEILLANCE: REPORTING UNSAFE PRACTICES

    • STEP 5: SURVEILLANCE: INFECTION CONTROL QUERIES

    • STEP 6. REPORTING - WHAT NEXT?

    • STEP 7. INTERVENTION

    • SUMMARY

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    ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

    • RESOURCES AND HELPFUL LINKS

    • END OF COURSE QUIZ

Pricing

In order to be compliant, training must be completed annually and a new completion certificate is required. We make it easy and affordable!