Nursing Home Infection Prevention Training Course: The course is approximately 19 hours long and is made up of 23 modules and submodules. The modules can be completed at any time, in any order, and over multiple sessions, depending on the learner’s schedule. In order to receive continuing education for the course and a certificate of completion, learners must complete all modules and pass a post-course exam. The "Nursing Home Infection Preventionist Training Course" is available on CDC's TRAIN website. Completion of this course will provide specialized training in infection prevention and control.
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EVS and the Battle Against Infection: A Graphic Novel This interactive training illustrates the important role Environmental Services personnel have in the prevention of HAIs.
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CDC/STRIVE Infection Control Training States Targeting Reduction in Infections via Engagement (STRIVE): There are 11 modules that include Foundational Infection Prevention Strategies such as environmental cleaning and targeted prevention strategies such as C Diff and CAUTIs.
PPE Nursing Homes
Core Elements Antibiotic Stewardship
Core Elements Antibiotic Stewardship-Checklist
Core Elements Antibiotic Stewardship - Appendix-A
Core Elements Antibiotic Stewardship - Appendix-B
Nursing Homes Core Elements - Appendix-C
2012 NH-HAC_McGeer Criteria Rev Comp
2014 SHEA Strategies to Prevent CDIFF Infectionn
2014 SHEA Strategies to Prevent SSI
Breaking Any Link in the Chain Can Stop the Transmission of Infection!