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SHORT COURSE IN BASIC AIRBORNE INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL (E-LEARNING)

Introduction

Exposure to different airborne pathogens has resulted in the emergence of epidemics/pandemics of respiratory infections. This airborne transmission becomes even more prevalent in healthcare settings because of overburdened health facilities and the presence of immunosuppressed patients. Airborne infection control measures include a three-pronged approach, namely administrative control, environmental control, and personal respiratory protection measures.

Recently the WHO also identified various challenges and weaknesses with respect to infection prevention control practices on airborne infections in South Africa with a general lack of insight into the basic principles.

FPD with CSIR developed a basic airborne infection control course addressing the challenges of airborne infection.


Who Should Enroll

Infection control personnel, occupational health nurse, occupational health and safety personnel facility maintenance personnel, environmental health practitioners; TB coordinators, quality assurance coordinators, facility, district and provincial managers, clinicians working in TB and HIV&AIDS programmes, architects, engineers and people working for infrastructure departments.


Course Fee R 2760.00 500.00 (inclusive of VAT and taxes where applicable). Discounted price only applicable for the duration of lock down period, thereafter the normal price of R 2760.00 will apply

Contact FPD Nursing School Tel: 087 821 1109 Fax: 012 001 8774 Email: nursing@foundation.co.za Address: P.O. Box 75324, Lynnwood Ridge, 0040 Website: www.foundation.co.za

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Membership is open to all nurses who are registered with the South African Nursing Council.

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