（英）Mutual Learning Workshop for Control of Cross Hospital Infection, for Middle-East Countries
Infections acquired in the health care setting have emerged as important public health problems worldwide and are a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in developed and developing countries. They contribute significantly to increased costs of health care services due to prolonged hospital stay. The hospital acquired infection burden is particularly high in Egypt due to many factors including inadequate hygiene conditions, overcrowding, poor infrastructure, lack of microbiological information, lack of trained staff, lack of knowledge and lack of staff preparedness.
In Middle-East countries there is matching of standards regarding the health facilities and application of rules to control hospital-acquired infections. There are definite needs to increase the awareness, improve the applications/ practices and develop better policies; the proposed program is a tool toward this enhancement.
This training program is designed for Middle East countries hospital staff who will coordinate initiation, training of infection control and prevention team and implementation of infection control program.
Promote knowledge and excellence in the practice of infection surveillance, prevention and control in Middle East countries hospital staff.
The participants of this training will be the core of infection control teams in their health care facilities in their country, and be able to monitor infection control program and train other hospital staff.
The trainees will:
- Acquire deep understanding of basic concepts of infection control, nosocomial infection transmission risk, organization structure for infection control team, planning and implementation of infection control program surveillance strategies and outbreak investigation, concepts of occupational health and safety, antimicrobial control of resistance, communication skills and team work.
- Be practically trained on development of policies and procedure, conduct educational and training programs for hospital workforce, perform surveillance studies, use a systematic approach for data collection, recording, analysis and interpretation and Conduct evidence based infection control guidelines for specific patient care settings, risky procedures, and common hospital acquired infections.
- be able to manage the health-care waste as an integral part of hospital hygiene and infection control; trace the source of infections and identify the potential risk factors associated with
Fayoum University as an implementing agency holds the course once a year from Japanese fiscal year (JFY) 2011 to JFY 2013. The duration of the course is approximately four weeks and the number of the participants will be twenty. The target
The course curriculum includes below.
-Introduction ot health care related infection
-Management of infection control program
-Identification and management of outbreaks
-Group discussion and presentation of report
Training expenses and administrative services.
Japanese expert: 1 person * 0.3 MM
Individual training in Japan 1 person * 1MM
Implementation of training courses including in kind provision of lecturers, training facilities, equipments and administrative services.
Fayoum University was established in 1983 as a branch of Cairo University. In 2005 the university was separated as an independent university according to the Presidential decree number (48). Fayoum University includes 13 faculties: Faculties of Education, Agriculture, Engineering, Social Work, Dar Al-Uloom (Arabic sciences), Science, Tourism & Hotels, Specific Education, Archaeology, Medicine, Arts, Informatics & Computer Sciences and Faculty of Kindergarten. The university embraces around 25 thousand students and about two thousand of teaching staff members. The Faculty of Tourism and Hotels will take the main part in organizing this project. However, it is expected that there will be contributions from other departments from faculties such as faculty of science. The total number of staff members at the faculty of Tourism and Hotels is almost 50 scholars. All of them are working 3 academic departments including: Tourism Guidance, Tourism Studies, and Hotel Studies.
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