2016 Annual Infection Prevention and Medical Device Defect Reporting Education
BAYADA EMPLOYEES ONLY (access code provided from the service office)
This required education has been created to keep you and your clients safe. Reading, understanding, and putting into practice the policies and information found in this education will help provide a safe environment for both you and your clients and will fulfill the mandatory requirement for annual education for infection prevention and medical device defect reporting.
A questionnaire must be completed after careful review of the Staying Healthy Guide and the Medical Device Defect Reporting sheet. This verifies that you have read and understood the material.
Before beginning, you must insert the access code received from your infection prevention delegate in the Access Code box to the right. Click "Unlock." Click the "Enroll Here" button to begin.
CRITERIA FOR SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF ACTIVITY
- Read Staying Healthy Guide Booklet
- Read Medical Device Defect Reporting Sheet
- Complete Questionnaire
- Pass questionnaire with minimum passing score of 80%.
- Submit evidence of completion of course to your office director via email, hand-delivery or postal delivery mail.
Please contact your Infection Prevention office delegate with any questions or concerns you have regarding this education.
For technical difficulties associated with BAYADA Education Connection, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Home Health Hospice Volunteers
Susan Engel, BSN, RN
Susan has been an RN since 1982. She began her career in an acute care facility providing direct client care on both medical-surgical and pediatric units and advanced to charge nurse on a cardiac step down unit before transitioning to home care in 1985. Susan held both field and management roles in various home care agencies since 1985. She joined BAYADA Home Healthcare in 2000 as a clinical leader and since 2003 has had the primary responsibility of managing the company-wide Infection Prevention Program. Susan has been a member of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) Chapter in South Jersey since 2003. She has served as an APIC board member since 2010 and currently holds the position of President-Elect. Susan has an active role in BAYADA policy and procedure development and revision. She also develops and provides infection prevention education to office and field employees, BAYADA clients, and persons in the community.
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