Hand Hygiene in Practice
Hand hygiene in a dental practice is one of the most important parts of the infection control process in reducing the risk of transmitting microorganisms from provider to patient.
Good hand washing is a simple yet effective way to prevent the spread of germs between patients and dental professionals. The whole team within a dental practice is responsible for the prevention of spreading germ. It is essential for all team members to receive full hand hygiene training and be aware of how to effectively perform the correct hand hygiene methods and how to comply with legislation.
This CPD course worth 1 hour of verifiable CPD's takes an in depth look at essential techniques when dealing with hand hygiene within the dental setting. This essential course will equip learners with the vital knowledge required to deal effectively with the correct methods and what guidelines to follow when performing hand hygiene, it will ensure that the correct procedures are followed in line with dental staff working to HTM 01-05 guidelines. This course will provide 1 hour verifiable CPD.
Practice Manager, Practice Support Manager, Receptionist, Lead Receptionist, Trainee Receptionist, Treatment Co-ordinator, Dental Nurse, Infection Control Lead, Decontamination Lead, Trainee Dental Nurse, Dentist, Hygienist, Practice Principal, Practice Owner, Therapist