Decontamination in Healthcare Conference
Decontamination is an important factor in preventing hospital-acquired infection in primary and secondary care settings. Failing to decontaminate equipment or the environment may not always be obvious, but it can result in cross-infection and put patients at risk. The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) estimates that on any given day in a European hospital, one in eighteen patients has a healthcare-associated infection (HAI). According to a report by National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), the estimated number of patients in UK acquiring HAIs is approximately 300,000 a year, which costs the NHS approximately £1 billion a year.
In the chancellor's November budget statement, Phillip Hammond pledged £2.8bn towards improving A&E performance, reducing waiting times for patients, and treating more people this winter. The NHS should have sufficient supplies to deal with periods of increased demand however if there are shortages, are national NHS organisations ready to work with hospitals to ensure a steady supply?
Join us for the Decontamination in Healthcare Conference where leading experts from hospitals, academia, and government will discuss the innovations, challenges, and future aspects of infection control, decontamination, and sterilisation.
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- Debate ideas to improve infection control in healthcare.
- Identify the role different areas of the NHS have to play in preventing and managing the spread of infections
- Understand how nurses, and other health care professionals working closely with patients, can take a leading role in reducing infections.
- Be fully aware of the latest innovations in technology and how they are improving outcomes in infection prevention and sterilization.
- Provide an understanding of decontamination practices and the development of technologies for cleaning and control of infection to a wide audience interested in public health, including healthcare specialists, scientists, students or patients.
- Discusses decontamination processes in the UK.
- Provides an in-depth understanding into decontamination in healthcare settings, specifically hospitals.
Who should attend?
- Director Infection Prevention and Control
- Infection Prevention and Control Nurse/Practitioner
- Facilities Manager
- Theatre Managers and Lead
- Clinical Managers and Lead
- Sterile Services Managers and Lead