About the course

Infection control is always the centre of focus when considering best practices and health care reforms. Nurses working in any health care setting have a basic understanding of infection control and it is general hospital culture to put this knowledge into practice. But, it is important for a Nurse to hold an authentic and in-depth knowledge regarding advanced infection control practices in any health care settings. Regular review and updating of this knowledge in current practices is inevitable. The purpose of this course is to improve the knowledge of health professionals regarding Advanced Infection Control Techniques. This will assist them to identify health care associated situations which need enhanced infection control precautions and to minimize the risk of health care worker exposure to infectious diseases. Courses you might be interested in: Basic Infection Control

CPD Points


Course curriculum

  • 1

    Advanced Infection Control

    • Student Handbook

  • 2

    Advanced Infection Control Interactive Content

    • Advanced Infection Control

  • 3

    Advanced Infection Control Journal Articles

    • Nurse-Physician Collaboration and Hospital-Acquired Infections in Critical Care

    • Derivation and Validation of the Surgical Site Infections Risk Model Using Health Administrative Data

    • Effectiveness of Intraoral Chlorhexidine Protocols in the Prevention of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia

    • A Central Line Care Maintenance Bundle for the Prevention of Central Line–Associated Bloodstream Infection in Non–Intensive Care Unit Settings

    • An Evidence-Based Approach To the Prevention of Catheter- Associated Urinary Tract Infections

  • 4

    Advanced Infection Control Assessment

    • Test

  • 5

    Advanced Infection Control Evaluation

    • How did we do?