Engineering Approaches to Airborne Infection control in Healthcare Setting

  • Skill Level
    intermediate
  • Lectures
    2 Videos
  • Enrolled
    51 students
  • Sample Certificate

What you'll learn

The infection control program is structured in a hierarchy of administrative, engineering and respiratory protection controls. Basic understanding of the infection control hierarchy and strategies and stringent communication with the infection control committee in the design phase is necessary, not only to provide a healthy and safe environment but to achieve rational solutions that minimize the complexity, operational and maintenance costs.read more »»

Building hospital design plays a major role because it must not only incorporate the systems that are responsible for infection’s engineering controls, but also the features demanded by the administrative controls. Hospital buildings are designed with intrinsic features for infection control and are related to intensive energy use.
The course provides a unique opportunity for the healthcare professionals especially the Infection control practitioners to build engineering and architectural capacity to help control airborne infections in healthcare facilities.

Who Should Attend?

  • Infection control practitioners
  • Hospital administrators
  • Hospital Engineers

Key concepts covered include:

  • Mechanism of Airborne infections
  • Hierarchy of Airborne infection controls
  • Natural ventilation
  • Mechanical ventilation
  • Measurement of ventilation performance

Instructor

Dr. Rahul S Kamble

Head of Clinical Microbiology Lab Nodal officer- Hospital infection Control at Lilavati hospital & RC, Mumbai


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Dr. Rahul S Kamble heads the Clinical Microbiology lab at Lilavati hospital & RC, Mumbai that handles 10000 samples every month across Bacteriology, Mycology, Mycobacteriology, Serology & Molecular biology. He is leading a team of 1 Associate consultant, 1 supervisor, 12 technicians & 3 Infection control nurses. He also serves as the Nodal officer of Hospital infection control committee & Active Member of Drug therapeutic committee, Quality control committee & Mortality-Morbidity committee. He also served as the Head of Microbiology lab and Infection control department of Hospital during 2015-2018 for Hinduja Healthcare Hospital. He was the Co Incharge of Blood Storage (FDA approved Medical Officer) and been an active member of the Drug therapeutic committee, Mortality-Morbidity committee & Operation Theatre committee during the same time. He has been the Member of Scientific Committee (6 member committee): Supervision over the implementation of policies in hospital as per JCI, NIAHO and ISO standards

For: intermediates

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