Infection control education contents priority using The Locus for Focus Model. 1. Composition and role of infection control committee, 2. Role and function of infection control department, 3. Role and function of infection control nurse, 4. Major microorganisms causing infection, 5. Microbiological test, 6. Standard precatution, 7. Transmission based precaution, 8. Management of isolation room, 9. Personal protective equipment, 10. MRSA infection control, 11. VRE infection control, 12. Infection control of other antimicrobial resistant organisms, 13. Tuberculosis infection control, 14. Influenza infection control, 15. Scabies infection control, 16. Infection control program for employee, 17. Immunization program, 18. Management of exposure to infectious diseases, 19. Management of exposure to blood and body fluid, 20. Definition of HAIs, 21. Diagnosis of HAIs, 22. Surveillance of HAIs and reporting, 23. Bacteremia, 24. Peumonia, 25. Urinary tract infection, 26. Infection control of endoscopy unit, 27. Infection control of dialysis unit, 28. Infection control of intensive care unit, 29. Infection control of rehabilitation services, 30. Notifiable disease and reporting, 31. Classification and selection of disinfectants of instruments, 32. Cleaning, disinfection and sterilization, 33. Management of sterilizer and sterile items, 34. Hand hygiene, 35. Hand hygiene monitoring, 36. Hand hygiene promotion activities, 37. Clean/contamination area management, 38. Laundry management, 39. Waste management, 40. Infecion control program planing, 41. Reporting system of infection control, 42. Risk management, 43. Reporting.
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