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This course gives an overview of gram-negative infections and considers the key recommended guidance and preventive measures.
Gram-negative infection rates remain strong and are becoming increasingly challenging and resistant to many available antibiotics. These factors combined with targets to reduce healthcare associated gram-negative bloodstream infections increase the importance of increasing awareness and using preventive measures.
This course provides an overview of gram-negative bacteria and the resulting infections and challenges they present in a healthcare setting. The second module contains key guidance, summarised from a range of relevant UK publications, on managing and preventing gram-negative infections.
The course can be completed in multiple sessions on a variety of smart devices.
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On completion of this course trainees will:
1. Gain an understanding of Healthcare Associated infections and the impact upon patient care.
2. Understand the characteristics and implications of E. coli bloodstream infections.
3. Be informed about the latest guidance & advice on management and prevention.
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Trainees will cover the following modules:
Each module is accompanied by a multiple choice test to assess the trainee's understanding of the content. When all module tests are completed the trainee will receive a personalised certificate.