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Applying High Reliability Principles to Infection Prevention and Control in Long Term Care

https://www.jointcommission.org/hripcltc.aspx

Background

Sponsor Type:

Private

Origin/Sponsor:

Joint Commission Resources

Reach:

International

Pre-Training

Pre-requisites:

No

Content

Evidence Based:

Yes

Evidence:

Content Areas:

Culture of Safety; Nosocomial Infections; Quality Improvement Strategies

Clinical Area:

Geriatrics

Program Description/Program Objectives:

This online learning module explores how to apply high reliability concepts to reduce health care‚Äďassociated infections in long-term care settings.

Learning Objectives

  • How to apply high reliability principles to preventing and controlling infections in long-term care
  • How each person's role contributes to high reliability
  • Hrom scenarios that illustrate the application of these principles

Organizational Needs Assessment:

No

Cultural Readiness Assessment:

No

In-Service Delivery Option:

No

Design and Delivery

Training Delivered By:

Self-study

Program Focus:

Mode of Delivery:

Self-directed Study

Instructional Strategy:

Instructional Model:

Target Audience:

Geriatrics, Health Care Providers, Quality and Safety Professionals

Setting of Care:

Implementation

Length of Program:

Credit Hours:

No

Certification:

No

Per Person Cost:

Free

Post-Training

Vendor-Provided Evaluation:

No

Available Evaluation Measures:

NA

Current as of November 6, 2018

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