524 Infection Control Level 2

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  1. Be able to describe the healthcare organisations and their own responsibilities in terms of current infection prevention and control legislation
  2. know how to obtain information about infection prevention and control within the organisation
  3. understand what is meant by the term healthcare associated infections
  4. understand the chain of infection and how this informs infection prevention and control practice
  5. demonstrate an understanding of the routes of transmission of micro-organisms
  6. understand individual roles and responsibilities for the three levels of decontamination
  7. use single use items appropriately
  8. be able to conduct a risk assessment in respect of ensuring infection prevention and control
  9. explain different alert organisms and conditions that pose an infection risk

describe how to safely manage patients with specific alert organisms.

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Contributed by: Giovanni Masangcay
Authored by: Annalisa, hpft
Licence: © All rights reserved More information on licences
First contributed: 22 March 2017
Audience access level: Full user

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