Infection Prevention Control in Clinical Practice


The Coronavirus pandemic has emphasised more than ever the importance of effective infection prevention and control. Therefore, it is imperative that we can provide you with the essential knowledge to inform and improve practices with your workplace setting.

You will examine the evidence-based guidance that informs best practice. You will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to recognise, interpret, apply, and disseminate the principles of infection prevention and control, understand the challenges of use of antimicrobials, help improve patient/service user care and challenge practice in your workplace setting.

This module is applicable for health and social care workers for who work in the NHS or the private sector. The module will be delivered by highly experienced and qualified practitioners who possess expertise in the field of infection prevention and control.

Academic credits
Delivery method
On campus
Centre for Health Innovation Stafford

Entry requirements

Staff working within health and social care environments.

How to apply

Please email

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