There are several methods to prevent transmission of diseases. Following are the main causes of transmission:
1. direct or indirect contact with an infected person or object.
2. airborne diseases, in which the infected bacteria or virus passes from one person to another through air. Vector-borne diseases refer to the transmission of infectious diseases through rats, flies, or mosquitoes.
3. When an infected individual sneezes or coughs, the droplets carry the infection.
Transmission through common vehicles refers to the intake of food, medicine, or water.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
1. Identify the need and usage of safety equipment.
2. Describe infection control policies and procedures.
3. Describe the methods of waste disposal.
4. Explain the methods and protocols for waste disposal.
The course objectives specifically target OT and Anesthesia technicians, and other allied healthcare professionals
1. Methods for Preventing Transmission of Diseases
2. Safety equipment and when to wear/use it
3. Follow infection control policies and procedures (2604)
4. Follow radiation safety guidelines (9608)
5. Methods of waste disposal
6. When to use each method of waste disposal
Dr Hema G
The theory, practical , hospital situations , data shown and live workshop to have the feel in action, made us more aware and broadened our knowledge to handle cardiac patients. It was a great learning experience and I wont change any aspect of the course.
Dr Hemang Agrawal
Great learning experience! Instructors and content truly differentiates GE programs. Special thanks to faculty for making it more interactive and useful. Would highly recommend to my peers and colleagues!
I am completely satisfied by the program. The content, faculty were well planned, over all experience was superb!