High Level Biocontainment for Healthcare Facilities

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    The goal of this 4-week course is to equip learners to safely care for a patient infected with a pathogen requiring high-level biocontainment. This can be accomplished in any healthcare facility given the correct approach and protocols.

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    In this course, we will:
    1. Discuss the essentials of intake screening.
    2. Investigate pathogen transmission characteristics and the chain of infection.
    3. Examine patient placement in a facility, as well as the engineering/ administrative controls.
    4. Review personal protective equipment worn by the care providers.
    5. Evaluate waste management and decontamination protocols.

    We look forward to exploring and learning with you!
    Dr. Medcalf and University of Nebraska Medical Center Team

    This project was funded by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health


    Infection Control Basics and Personal Protection Equipment

    Disease Containment: Historical and Modern Era Examples

    High Level Biocontainment in Hospitals: The Location and Team

    Biocontainment: Patient Intake and Other Considerations

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    • 4 díasSTARTS IN
    • 22-01-2018FECHA INICIO
    • University of Nebraska
    • Sharon Medcalf, PhD, Analisa McMillan, MSEd, , Mr. Todd M. Karr and Peggy Moore, MSEd

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