Respiratory Viruses in Healthcare
Respiratory Viruses in Healthcare
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This presentation will provide the audience with background information on the clinical and epidemiologic characteristics of respiratory viruses (RV) in adults and children. The significance of transmission within hospitals, long-term care facilities, and outpatient environments will be reviewed along with the impact that RV have in vulnerable patient populations. Prevention strategies will be dissected to reveal the challenges and benefits of RV prevention in healthcare. Possible solutions for creating a culture of RV prevention awareness among healthcare staff and patients will be outlined for the audience. This presentation is designed for infection preventionists; nurses; nurse practitioners; physician assistants; staff in long-term care, ambulatory care, and public health; infectious disease specialists.Learning Objectives:Develop an awareness of the seasonal trends of several respiratory virusesDescribe the significance of a robust staff sick policy in RV preventionList two prevention strategies that are critical to fostering a culture of RV prevention in a healthcare settingDescribe the difference in RV prevention strategies in an inpatient versus outpatient environment.
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