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|Healthcare associated infections:|
Infections that are acquired in hospitals or as a result of healthcare interventions.
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|U.K. Government (COVID-19) infection prevention and control (IPC)|
Guidance on infection prevention and control for COVID-19.
|U.K. Government (COVID-19) personal protective equipment (PPE).|
Guidance on PPE for COVID-19.
|NHS England and NHS Improvement -(COVID-19) Infection Control|
Personal protective equipment (PPE), environmental decontamination, clinical waste and aerosol generating procedures.
|The world Health Authority (WHO) Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) technical guidance|
Infection prevention and control / WASH.
|RLO: Aseptic Non-Touch Technique||This resource introduces the concept of ANTT, used to prevent infection during clinical procedures; includes a video demonstration.|
|RLO: Glove use||This resource explains the appropriate use of gloves in a clinical environment.|
By completing this resource you will be able to:
Examine when and how to use personal protective equipment in a healthcare setting.
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This learning resource was funded by the Eduserv Foundation and is part of the Learning Objects : Lifelong Application (Lo:La) project.
Content authors: Mitch Clarke, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Jacqueline Randle and Heather Wharrad, University of Nottingham.
Original project developer: Lucrezia Herman and Liz Hilton - RLO originally released: 20th of February 2009.
Resource redeveloped in 2020 by: Michael Taylor.
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