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The course provides information on MRSA, its impact in healthcare settings and important aspects of preventing and treating MRSA. Understanding MRSA was developed in collaboration with clinical colleagues to promote best practice infection prevention and control.
Understanding MRSA is an online training programme, developed by schülke UK in collaboration with clinical colleagues, to support healthcare workers and clinical practitioners in the promotion of best practice in infection prevention and control.
The training is modular (5 modules in total) and is estimated to take no more than 1 hour of online learning time to complete, with each module lasting around 7-10 minutes. However there is no time limit to the training and you can access the training whenever is best for you and from any smart device.
If a whole ward or health group wish to complete the training a status report can be issued to the infection control lead or department head in order for them to track individual staff progress throughout the course.
On completion of this course trainees will:
1. Increase their awareness of MRSA as a cause of infection.
2. Be able to promote best practice in the prevention and control of MRSA infections
Add members of your team, when registering for this course to track their progress. Trainees will cover the following modules:
Each module is accompanied a multiple choice test to assess the trainee's undertanding of the content. When all module tests are completed the trainee will have access to a personalised certificate.
Clear and Informative
Robert, Staff Nurse
The course was relaxed and informative, it was straight to the point with no waffle. A very good course.
Joanne, Assistant Practitioner
Clearly spoken with easy to understand clinically significant information.
Cathy, Snr Pharmacist