Though this is the shortest on-demand course, it is by no means the least important. Performing hand hygiene and garbing in a detailed, systematic, and consistent way is one of the fundamental aspects of contamination control. Failure in garbing work practices has been frequently recognized as the root cause or a contributing cause of microbial excursions. This course explores all aspects of hand hygiene and garbing and initial gloved fingertip sampling based on USP 797 requirements (both 2008 and 2019) as well as CriticalPoint recommended best practices. It is taught by one of the foremost experts in the nuances of garbing and contamination control for sterile compounding.
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This course includes 1.75 hours of home study Continuing Education.
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General Course Information
Lecture 1 Hand Hygiene and Garbing: One aspect of Contamination Control
Lecture 2 Initial Gloved Fingertip Sampling: a component of Hand Hygiene and Garbing
Course Evaluation (MANDATORY and TIME-SENSITIVE to obtain CE)
This class is taught by two of CriticalPoint's faculty, Kate Douglass and Abby Roth. You can learn more about each instructor by clicking the link in the Course Summary; or once you register, there will be information in the “Introduction” topic of this class.
hand hygiene gloving glove garb fingertip initial GFS finger dab