An important part of preventing the spread of infection from one resident to others is the proper placement of residents within the facility. Early detection of infections and isolation of residents minimizes the risk of transmission and the prevention of an outbreak. This course discusses the guidelines for the use of isolation and provides examples of isolation types for specific diseases. It also discusses how cohorting works in infection prevention. You will learn that without the use of isolation and cohorting of residents, infections can spread, causing adverse treatment outcomes. The goal of this course is to educate nursing professionals in long-term care facilities on the use of isolation and cohorting to help prevent the spread of infections.
District of Columbia Board of Nursing Approved Continuing Education program (CEBroker Provider #50-290).
In support of improving patient care, Relias LLC is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.
Georgia Board of Nursing (CEBroker Provider #50-290)
South Carolina Board of Nursing (CEBroker Provider #50-290)
New Mexico Board of Nursing (CEBroker Provider #50-290)
Arkansas State Board Of Nursing Approved Continuing Education program (CEBroker Provider #50-290).
59A-36.011 Staff Training Requirements. Location: Online
Section 1: Introduction
About This Course
Section 2: Using Isolation and Cohorting
Spread of Infections
Use of Transmission-Based Precautions
Personal Protective Equipment
Enhanced Barrier Precautions
How to Use Cohorting Effectively
Section 3: Conclusion
Laura Anderson earned an Associate Degree in nursing at Southwestern Wisconsin Technical College in 2004 and a Bachelor of Science in nursing and fine arts from Viterbo University in 2006. She earned a Master of Science in nursing with an emphasis in geriatrics, mental health, and education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2009. Laura has over 20 years of long-term care experience. She has held positions including Director of Nursing, Clinical Informatics Nurse, Senior Clinical Consultant, Nurse Auditor, Business Office Manager, and author. Disclosure: Laura Anderson, MSN RN, WCC has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
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