Preventing infection in Social Care Settings pocket book

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NHS Education for Scotland (NES)

This education resource offers practical guidance for the application of SICPs. It lists common infection risks that can occur when providing care and reveals the SICPS to be followed.

Published: 07/01/2014

Publisher: NHS Education for Scotland (NES)

MetaLifecycleVersion: March 2024

Type: Document

Audience: Nursing, midwifery and allied health professions (audience); Community and social care (audience); Adult care worker or manager; Advocacy worker; Care at home worker or manager; Care home worker or manager; Care worker; Community support worker or manager; Counsellor; Early years or childcare worker or manager; Housing support officer or manager; Personal assistant; Social work assistant; Social worker; Volunteer; Volunteer co-ordinator; Youth worker or manager; Allied health professions (audience); Art psychotherapist; Art therapist; Biomedical scientist; Clinical scientist; Dance movement psychotherapist; Diagnostic radiographer; Dietitian; Dramatherapist; Healthcare chaplain; Hearing aid dispenser; Music therapist; Occupational therapist; Operating department practitioner; Orthoptist; Orthotist; Paramedic; Physiotherapist; Podiatrist; Prosthetist; Speech and language therapist; Therapeutic radiographer; Midwifery (audience); Midwife; Nursing (audience); Adult nurse; Child health nurse; District nurse; Family nurse; Family nurse supervisor; General practice nurse; Health visitor; Learning disability nurse; Mental health nurse; Occupational health nurse; School nurse; Specialist community public health nurse

RightsCopyright: NHS Education for Scotland

CC License: Attribution, non-commercial, no derivatives Creative Commons License