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infection control nurse

  • One of the primary responsibilities of the infection control nurse is monitoring the occurrence of infection in the clinical setting. Data on the patient population, the types of infections involved and the causes and treatment of infection is compiled and analyzed to address continuing improvements in the operation and control of preventable diseases. 
  • Monitor and audit various infection control practices by the fellow nurse
  • Healthcare surveillance  in various high risk departments
  • Providing in service education to the nursing staffs regarding various health care policies and procedures

infection control nurse

  •  Developing and maintaining an effective, system-wide infection control program within client facilities. Monitors and evaluates the prevalence of healthcare-associated infections. Supports teamwork essential for compliance with accrediting and regulatory agency standards through surveillance, effective prevention and control activities specific to a variety of practice settings, and accurate report. Assists in developing and implementing program initiative, policies, and education related to infection prevention for associates and patients. 
  • Recognizing and isolating outbreaks of infectious diseases in healthcare settings and in the community at large
  • Creating strategies and action plans for the prevention of outbreaks
  • Collecting and analyzing data on the incidence of HAIs and the success or failure of various prevention strategies
  • The investigation of possible outbreaks and the marshalling of proper resources in response in the event of a confirmed outbreak
  • Serving as an infectious disease consultant for both healthcare providers and members of the community
  • Serving as an advocate and educator for members of the community infected with HIV/AIDS, TB, nosocomial infections, etc. 

infection control nurse

  • Provides leadership in the application of Infection Control processes 
  • Responsible for surveillance of CLABSI with data input and providing feedback to stakeholders
  • Maintain facility policies and procedures in infection control
  • Initiates/participates in quality improvement activities to improve patient outcomes
  • Implements educational plans to meet changing program or service needs 
  • Makes contributions to healthcare by sharing expertise with or external to the health care center
  • Collaborates with others in research activities to identify, analyze, and improve patient care