Live from Industry: Mitigating the Risk of Cross Contamination in Today’s Complex Clinical Environment
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Today, more than ever before, clinicians are challenged to help reduce the risk of cross-contamination and transmission of viruses and bacteria – whether from people, care-related factors, the environment or equipment. Guidelines and protocols have rapidly evolved to address sources of contamination and pathogens that may lead to infection. However, complexities in the provision of care can make compliance to these recommendations challenging, resulting in some contamination risks possibly being overlooked. This course details current challenges that may increase the risk of cross contamination, guidelines and recommended best practices, and solutions to help mitigate the risks within the complex care environment.
- Describe challenges in the current clinical environment that may increase the risk of cross contamination
- Identify potential contamination risks that can be overlooked in the complex care environment
- Discuss current guidelines and recommended best practices, and identify solutions to reduce the risk of cross contamination
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