Infection Control - Handwashing

This course provides learners with basic information about handwashing as it relates to infection control principles. This course is intended for all healthcare workers.
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Course Objectives:

  • Define nosocomial infections;Describe prevention measures against transferring nosocomial infections;Describe the employer's responsibility in controlling the spread of nosocomial infections
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