Training for Newly Graduated Doctors
This workshop is designed to provide medical graduate with the basic principles and practice of infection prevention and control
Infection control Training Program
To provide medical graduate with the basic principles and practice of infection prevention and control.
At the completion of this course the learner will be able to:
- Academic activities: Lectures and Discussion for two days in Infection Control Directorate.
- Field activities :Practical Round in one of General ~/Specialized hospital for three days
Method of assessment
1- Attendance of the academic and field activities.
2-Multiple choice questions(Pre /Post-test) with a single best answer format, the duration is 20 minutes. In this exam Infection control objectives will be covered.
- At the end of the course the trainee will be given an attendance certificate
Practical Round in the Hospital
- Hand hygiene
- Indications-five moments
- Hand hygeine – technique- duration- types of antiseptic - Hand wash v.hand rub
- Glove use indication-technique
- Types of isolation precautions:
- Standard precautions -Contact precautions -Droplet precautions
- Airborne precautions
- When to intiate / discontinue precautions as indicated
- Hand hygiene
- The proper steps of putting on and removing the PPE
- Surveillance of device associated and surgical site infections
- Definitions of healthcare associated infection
- Follow up healthcare associated infection- hospital wide
- Follow up healthcare associated infection- ICU surveillance - Follow up healthcare associated infection- critical care areas
- Bundles of care : (importance of each component)
- Urinary catheter bundle -Central line bundle
- Ventilator bundle
- Safe surgery requirement
- Preoperative Skin preparation
- Surgical scrubbing (technique-duration- drying using separate sterile towel for each hand starting from fingers to elbow before donning a sterile gown and gloves- Surgical mask covering the mouth, nose and beard when entering the operating room)
- Safe surgical practice .
- Wound dressing
- Prevention of surgical site infection
- Check lists:
- Operating room - Isolation
- Wound dressing - kitchen
- Intensive care unit (ICU)
- Central sterile supply department(CSSD) - Primary Health Care Centre Checklist
- Prevention and management of occupational exposure
- Personal protective equipment
- Safe injection: devices and medications -preparing/ administering injections - Prevention of sharps injuries to healthcare workers
- Exposure incident reporting
- Post exposure management
- Waste management
Healthcare Associated Infections
This workshop is designed to be a firm theoretical and practical base to the infection control practice for working Infection preventionist in healthcare settings
Blood and Body fluid exposure
Prevention and Management of Needle stick Injuries & Body Fluid Exposure among Healthcare Personnel in Healthcare Setting.
This workshop is designed to educate healthcare personnel on essential knowledge regarding methods of prevention and post-exposure evaluation.
Prevention and Management of Needle stick Injuries /Blood & Body Fluid
Exposure among Healthcare Personnel in Healthcare Setting
The purpose of this course is to assist healthcare workers in avoiding needlestick injuries and to provide an update on current procedures for reporting and follow-up of needlestick injuries and other sharps related injuries.
4 hours educational sessions.
Healthcare workers (Doctors /Nurses)
At the end of the course the attendants will be given an attendance certificate