Practical Infection Control

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About the course

It’s so important that everyone in the clinic knows what they should be doing – when, how, where and why. Also, if you’re in the UK, how do you ensure you meet the new guidelines in the RCVS Practice Standards Scheme? What about those high-risk infectious cases? What would you do if a patient contracted MRSA?

Infection control is a vitally important aspect of veterinary practice life, and this course will look at various elements of infection control – from basic hygiene to theatre practice. The flexibility of the course will also allow each candidate to address their own unique practice situation.

AMTRA has accredited ONCORE’s Practical Infection Control course for 32 CPD points.

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