Series: Hygiene in hospitals for planners, architects, project managers, operators, (supply and building) engineers, public agency staff and decision-makers
Over the last years, avoiding hospital-acquired infections (nosocomial infections) became one of the central tasks for hospitals and other healthcare institutions. In order to reduce hospital-acquired infections, proper organizational and personnel prerequisites are needed alongside appropriate structures and technical facilities. For this reason, the tasks involved in planning, construction and supervision of hospitals and medical facilities benefit from staff trained in understanding and properly evaluating the underlying microbiological processes and context.
This training provides knowledge of the microbiological principles of hospital hygiene with the objectives of (1) promoting awareness of specific risks regarding hospital-acquired infections, (2) identifying associated tasks for hospital hygiene, and (3) facilitating communication between all parties involved in construction projects, especially with operators of medical facilities, hospital hygienists and medical staff.
The covered questions include, among others:
The training addresses professionals with backgrounds in planning, construction, authorization and supervision of hospitals and other medical facilities.
Duration: 3.5 days
Location: Hilpoltstein near Nuremberg in Germany
Participation fee (with confirmation of participation in a course): 2475.20 € (incl. 19 % VAT)
Costs for exam and certificate: 178.50 € (incl. 19 % VAT)