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Risk management for primary care

In-house risk assessments, whole practice workshops, plus convenient online tools to help you quickly highlight areas of risk and develop effective solutions.

Infection Control in Primary Care

Infection control is an essential element of care and one that has often been undervalued in recent years. All healthcare workers and ancillary staff have a responsibility to help reduce the prevalence of healthcare associated infections.

This workshop will give you a clear understanding of the importance of infection control. It will provide you with the skills to manage and reduce infection in your practice and comply with national standards.

More information

For more information and to book:

Contact:
education@medicalprotection.org
+44 (0)113 241 0624
 
Suitable for
Suitable for

The whole practice team – general Practitioners, nurse Prescribers, practice nurses and administration staff

Format
Format

3 hour workshop

 
Cost
Cost

Please call Education Services to discuss costs

CPD
CPD

Independently certified as conforming to accepted CPD guidelines

 

By attending this workshop you will:

  • understand the importance of infection control in providing safe patient care
  • recognise how infection control and decontamination legislation affects your practice; for practices in England, this will include CQC registration requirements
  • review the processes and procedures for the control of infection in your practice
  • be able to develop an infection control protocol for the practice
  • learn practical skills and techniques to reduce the risk of healthcare associated infection.

94% of previous attendees would recommend this MPS educational activity to their colleagues.

 

This workshop is delivered in house. If you are interested in commissioning this workshop for your organisation, please contact MPS Educational Services for more information and costs.

Email: education@medicalprotection.org    

Telephone: +44 (0)113 241 0624