Infection Control

  • Understanding the sources of nosocomial infections through research and research
  • Applying the results of new research findings in caring for nosocomial infection prevention and control.
  • Assist in developing and implementing training programs for nursing staff, students and other staff as needed to prevent infection surveillance and surveillance in collaboration with educational supervisor
  • Attend training sessions on infection control for nursing staff and other groups.
  • Establishing a health record and setting up a periodic examination and vaccination program for hospital staff and reporting positive cases.
  • Evaluate the equipment and equipment needed for dangerous infections and provide appropriate guidance to the Hospital Infection Control Committee.
  • Hospital staff training needs assessment on nosocomial infections and educational effectiveness monitoring
  • Daily visits to different sections of the hospital to discover new cases and follow up with the results of clinical trials and evidence and to submit reports to the committee
  • Prepare and develop infection control guidelines for specific sections and other vulnerable areas based on standards of care in collaboration with the Infectious Disease Control Committee.
  • Supervise and evaluate the implementation of the criteria and regulations recommended by the Infection Control Committee in all hospital units and report the results to the Committee
  • Monitoring and assisting in the isolation of infectious patients according to existing Committee and Opportunity policies
  • Collaborate with the nosocomial infection control team to diagnose, research, control and evaluate infection incidence in nosocomial infections.
  • Attend infection control committee meetings to provide executive information and reports