Infection Prevention and Control for Immunization During COVID-19 (Slides)Organization: World Health Organization (WHO)
Sabin Vaccine Institute
"WHO and Sabin Vaccine Institute’s Boost Community, in partnership with TechNet-21 and The Geneva Learning Foundation, conducted a webinar on how WHO IPC recommendations for COVID-19 can be operationalized in the context of immunization on Friday, May 29, 2020. The presentation provided an overview of the core components of IPC. This included standard precautions for all health-care settings, with particular emphasis on hand and respiratory hygiene, and description of personal protective equipment and their rational use. The presenters described the importance for health workers to conduct risk assessment before any interaction with a vaccine, with the objective to assess and analyze the potential for exposure to COVID-19 and to determine the use of personal protective equipment (PPE)." - Infection Prevention and Control for Immunization During COVID-19 Slides
Product Type: Presentation
Category:Program Planning and Delivery,Program Delivery and Evaluation,Clinics,Monitoring and Surveillance,Outbreaks and Pandemics,COVID-19 Program Planning and Delivery
Program Delivery and Evaluation
Monitoring and Surveillance
Outbreaks and Pandemics
Population: Healthcare Personnel
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