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Infection Control: Modes of Transmission

Infection Control: Modes of Transmission

Infection Control: Modes of Transmission

William Newsholme  Consultant Infectious Diseases and  Andrew Frankel  Postgraduate Dean for South L
William Newsholme Consultant Infectious Diseases and Andrew Frankel Postgraduate Dean for South L
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 12 Mar 2018
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Last updated: 27 Mar 2018

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This session is about modes of transmission of infection and precautions to minimise risks of onward transmission, related to each mode.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
● Explain principles and sources of cross infection
● Assess the risk of infection to your patient and yourself before undertaking patient contact
● Use personal protective equipment and standard precautions appropriately
● Use isolation facilities appropriately
● Explain to patients their infection status
William Newsholme  Consultant Infectious Diseases and  Andrew Frankel  Postgraduate Dean for South L

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William Newsholme Consultant Infectious Diseases and Andrew Frankel Postgraduate Dean for South L
on behalf of Health Education England

William Newsholme trained in infectious diseases and general medicine in London. He is a Consultant at Guy’s and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust.

Andrew has been Postgraduate Dean for Health Education England’s South London office since 2013. Prior to taking up this appointment, Andrew was the Interim Postgraduate Dean for Foundation and Undergraduate Training at London Deanery from 2010 and previously, the Director of the North West Thames Foundation School.

Andrew’s main interests in training relate to the identification and support of trainees who experience difficulties associated with their training programmes. As Foundation School Director, he was responsible for the design and implementation of the Transfer of Information (TOI) process crossing from medical school to Foundation Training. Andrew is the Joint Editor of the UK Gold Guide for specialty training and leads work nationally for HEE on the implementation of Training Hubs and sepsis management.

Andrew is a consultant physician and nephrologist at the Kidney and Transplant Centre Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. His main clinical and research interests relate to diabetic kidney disease, which is the most common cause of end-stage renal failure in the UK."

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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