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This guide can be used by Nursing and Health Science students that may not have been able to attend the orientation or that need a refresher of some of the materials covered.
Orientation Videos- Streaming
Principles of Infection Control (Part 1)"
Reducing the transmission of infectious diseases is a major concern for healthcare professionals. With the advent of HIV, the prevalence of hepatitis B and hepatitis C and the resurgence of tuberculosis, infection prevention and control is one of the most important responsibilities of a healthcare worker. In this video you will learn effective procedures which you can apply in the healthcare setting to protect yourself and patients from infection.
Preventing Transmission, Protecting Yourself
This program covers preventing bloodborne infections, and it will examine the measures you can take to prevent the spread of bloodborne pathogens in the healthcare environment, as well as how to protect yourself in the healthcare workplace. Objectives: After completing this video, the learner should be able to: Describe Universal Precautions. Describe Standard Precautions. Describe post-exposure responses. Describe the use of gloves for protection against bloodborne infections. Describe the use of eyeware for protection against bloodborne infections. Describe the use of gowns for protection against bloodborne infections.
Oreintation Videos- DVD
The videos below are available to watch in the library and cannot be taken home. You will need headphones to listen to the videos. You can bring your own from home or check out a set at the front desk. Students must have their student ID with them to check out library items.