micro teaching on washing


HANDWASHING LESSON PLAN- micro teaching on washing ,Hand Washing Lesson Plan Overview Asking pupils to consider why handwashing is important. To look at ways we use our hands and how germs (bacteria, viruses & fungi) are picked up and passed on. To explain what germs (bacteria, viruses & fungi) areLife skills-based hygiene educationLife skills-based hygiene education A guidance document on concepts, development and experiences with life skills-based hygiene education in school sanitation and hygiene education programmes Leonie Postma, Renate Getkate and Christine van Wijk IRC



HAND WASHING BASICS script for Inservice

HAND WASHING BASICS Script for in-service 1. Hand Washing a. Breaks the chain of infection transmission. Appropriate hand washing minimizes microorganisms acquired by contact with infected surfaces. b. Healthcare workers and patients must practice

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Guidelines For Microbiology Teaching Laboratories

Teaching Laboratories in 2012.1 The ASM publication was influenced by the lack of clear safety guidelines for microbiology teaching labs and a multistate outbreak of Salmonella typhimuirium originating in teaching and clinical laboratories in 2011.2

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Guidelines For Microbiology Teaching Laboratories

Teaching Laboratories in 2012.1 The ASM publication was influenced by the lack of clear safety guidelines for microbiology teaching labs and a multistate outbreak of Salmonella typhimuirium originating in teaching and clinical laboratories in 2011.2

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infection control standard precautions in health care

or hand washing (see overleaf for detailed indications). Hands should always be washed with soap and water if hands are visibly soiled, or exposure to spore-forming organisms is proven or strongly suspected, or after using the restroom. For other indications, if resources permit, perform

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