Infection Prevention and Control Part 1

Health care providers are charged to take all measures possible to protect the health and safety of their residents. The purpose of this module is to educate readers on the best practices surrounding the prevention and spread of infection and the control of infection in times of outbreak. Material covered includes infection transmission, universal practices, hand hygiene, the use of personal protective equipment, types of isolation, and the roles of staff.

​Infection Prevention and Control Part 2: Environmental Services

Properly cleaning and disinfecting in Long-Term Care facilities is important to stopping the spread of infections through indirect contact transmissions. It will also prevent the staff and residents from becoming ill. This training module is intended for environmental and cleaning staff to ensure that the critical elements and methods of cleaning and disinfection are incorporated into heath care facility procedures. Material covered includes key terms including cleaning and disinfection, proper chemical dilutions, dedicated equipment/space and care of equipment, factors that determine cleaning frequency, correct sequence of cleaning, and waste handling, sharps safety, and biological spills.

​Infection Prevention and Control Part 2: PSWs and Registered Staff

Properly cleaning and disinfecting in Long-Term Care facilities is important to stopping the spread of infections through indirect contact transmissions. It will also prevent the staff and residents from becoming ill. This module is intended for PSWs and Registered Staff to ensure that the critical elements and methods of cleaning and disinfection are incorporated into health care facility procedures. Material covered includes terms/definitions, cleaning, disinfecting, waste handling, sharps safety, biological spills, and linens.

Infection Prevention and Control Part 2: Volunteers

Properly cleaning and disinfecting in Long-Term Care facilities is important to stopping the spread of infections through indirect contact transmissions. It will also prevent the staff and residents from becoming ill. This module is intended for volunteers to ensure that the critical elements and methods of cleaning and disinfection are incorporated into health care facility procedures. Material covered includes cleaning equipment used, disinfecting equipment used, and what to do if a biological spill occurs.

Infection Prevention and Control Part 3

Respiratory and gastroenteritis outbreaks occur in LTC homes throughout the year but are more common from the fall to early spring. These can lead to substantial morbidity and mortality in the residence. The purpose of this module is to assist LTC homes with the prevention, detection, and management of respiratory and gastroenteritis outbreaks which arise from the transmission of common pathogens. Material covered includes the Long Term Care Health Act, the role of the Public Health Unit, roles and responsibilities of the LTC homes, outbreak prevention, respiratory outbreak, gastroenteritis outbreak, implementing control measures, documentation/special considerations, and declaring the outbreak over.

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Infection Prevention Control

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