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Primary Care RCN Accredited Infection Prevention & Control Link Practitioners Course (Chelmsford 12th & 13th June 2018)
June 12 @ 9:30 am - June 13 @ 4:30 pm| £265
Primary Medical Care Providers General Practice; Out of Hours Urgent Care and Walk-in Centres
Managing the risks relating to infections in both health & social care is a high priority for all Health & Social Care providers.
Compliance with the Health & Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 requires compliance with a range of fundamental standards (previously essential standards) which will be reviewed during the revised CQC inspection process in 2015.
These new Key Lines of Enquiry that directly relate to ve key questions encompassing these fundamental standards will be used during inspection.
Included in the question relating to the provision of safe care protecting people from avoidable harm is the requirement to assess the risk of, and prevent,detect and control the spread of infections inc. those that are associated with health care.
Our RCN accredited Infection Prevention & Control Link Practitioner/ Champion Courses running in 2015 reects all new guidance/ legislation along with the revised CQC inspection processes. This RCN accredited course provides delegates with a comprehensive introduction to managing IPC risks in Primary Medical Care Providers General Practice; Out of Hours; Urgent & Walk-In Centres.
This course is accredited by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and carries 12 CPD study hours.
|1115||Coffee and networking|
|1130||The Science of Infection Control|
|1245||Lunch and networking|
|1330||Standard Infection Control Precautions Part 1|
|1515|| Tea and networking|
|0930||Standard Infection Control Precautions Part 2Theory of:|
|1030||Coffee and networking|
|1045||Standard Infection Control Precautions continued|
|1230||Lunch and Networking|
|1315||Key Practice IssuesGroup work / Scenarios relating to decontamination; asepsis and infections inc. surveillance|
|1430||Monitoring Standards in Primary Care|
|1515||Tea and networking|
|1530||Activity on developing audit questions and action plans in relation to key issues:|
|1630||Course review and evaluation – did you achieve your objectives?|