Welcome to the Scottish Infection Prevention and Control Education Pathway - Intermediate layer.
The principles in the intermediate layer relate to the application of knowledge into practice and motivation of staff.
All learning resources on this site are free to use.
The intermediate layer provides resources to:
The resources cover a variety of topical areas as shown below.
The Continence Management resources have been removed and are no longer available. You can find alternative education resources on inserting an indwelling urinary catheter on the NES Aseptic Technique page (Aseptic Technique 4). Please note that you must be logged in to Turas Learn to access this resource.
Visit the Patient Safety Zone to find background information on patient safety and its importance in healthcare improvement, tools and techniques for checking safety issues, implementing care practices and dealing with incidents and educational resources including publications, websites, initiatives and training offered by NHS Education for Scotland.
A range of education resources are available from the Clinical Skills Managed Educational Network (CSMen) to support excellent in clinical skills education and improve patient safety and clinical outcomes.
Human Factors (Ergonomics) is the study of human activity (inside and outside of work). Its purpose as a scientific discipline is to enhance wellbeing and performance of individuals and organisations.
Access Human Factors education resources, including an introductory eLearning module.
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