Presentations are important regarding communication with the public and professionals. The primary purpose of the presentation is to contact the audience and give them accurate and relevant information. Here, I would like to express my opinion on the group’s presentation of infectious control of the virus of the network. The virus called the virus is a disease caused by a virus. It is a very virus during North America in winter and autumn. Despite the high risk of infection among residents of non-qualified age groups and long-term care institutions. I decided each year when I am in an acute hospital; the ACIP Advisory Committee is the guide to control my daughter.
According to Marks-Maran & Rose (1997), learning is knowledge that goes into a new situation and brings it to a new state. Marx-Maran and Rose’s thinking cycle phenomenon includes what happens, all kinds of reflection, philosophical theories and future-oriented actions. I decided to prevent and control the birds in long-term care institutions. My choice for selections is based on the Advisory Committee on Vaccine Practices (ACIP) to tackle the infection of the word.
For the presentation of my group, I feel that I have many skills and that the group will have lots of information about the subject; but they are not as important for infection control. I searched for myself and my friends with the hospital to evaluate the condition of the network. When I was in the hospital’s ward, I saw that the virus could be introduced to new people, such as the return of residents, walks and medical personnel. This should cause anxiety. Because this virus is an infectious virus, it may cause a new and healthy person to be infected without the right protection of a virus that is infected with the verb virus.
When I put into my fine paper, I’m sure about the skills I have chosen to present my presentation mode and to send a message to the audience. There are some skills to worry when presented. Part of my chosen skills: audio modification, body language, professional visualisation and audiovisual tools. I’m sure the presentation is good because I’m a leader of the group survey. For this reason, I spoke clearly and efficiently throughout the presentation. This, in turn, helped me get confidence. When I talked to the members of the group, I was glad to interact with the members of my group.
Feedback is critical to the learning process. According to some researchers, he has a great offer in the development of the student project. My group has always helped improve my work and helped me build confidence. Do not hesitate to give feedback to the members of the group. Before our pleasant meeting, I organised a meeting schedule, all kinds of decisions and all types of discussions. At least I decided to present the topic to the class or outside. Collecting all feedback is very important, as it can increase the knowledge.
For the prevention of MRSA for other patients to prevent, the diagnosis of the patient should be immediately discontinued, but the feeling of humiliation in which the patient is ill has the potential impact of the disease diagnosed life-threatening and can be put at risk by the fear of care staff. Stigma should be reflected as an excluded society. Goffman (1963) argues that stamping – studying usual and unusual situations. How does a sick patient benefit from knowing that they are “abnormal”?
Therefore, isolation of MRSA diagnosis and keeping them away from patients and patients just nurses and doctors go around to see them alone, and it is likely that depression should not be attempted.
As already defined, these policies and guidelines did not always adhere to the staff and staff as a policy and procedures used to minimise the risk of infection. For example, the air traffic policy in the department has an effective positive working sense, leaving the door between the bathroom anesthesia and a theatre, which is usually open. The staff must continue training and are aware of the updated policy. These precautions will help control the infection. Read Woodhead et al. (2005), pour out millions of crushed peaks daily, which represent about 10% of micro-organisms; although small particles remain in the air for several hours. Some large particles can be based on work surfaces, furniture and equipment. Mobility air pollution can be reduced by 37% if air every 3 minutes in the theatre changes. Different types of waste should be denied and disposed of correctly. It is believed that the result of waste is the fact that infectious waste is considered by people and other living organisms, or ill. Yellow, which is safe for the colour author, stores clinical waste that may be at risk of infection or potentially hazardous. Green bag for bed linen. All garbage bags must be more than two-thirds of the necessary health and control of hazardous substances (COSHH) that it is on supply and disposal as appropriate, to meet the team with the mission. Surgery is safe and provides a clean environment, which creates a good impact on the condition of the patient, but the staff itself can be a source of microbial corruption.
Infection control is a principal objective and prevents all infections in all healthcare facilities and are responsible for all health workers and their employees to ensure that they are achieved. The health and health systems have an ad-hoc infection control group that ensures effective planning and the implementation of an effective infection control program, as well as the regular assessment of the effectiveness of the programs and their updates. The Prevention and Infection Control Team offers suggestions for prevention and treatment of infection, including diarrhea and vomiting, as well as training and awareness-raising for patients and carers. They work closely with medical personnel and senior medical personnel to ensure that the correct policies and procedures are continued.
A multidisciplinary team is made up of health, and all professionals must work together to improve the effectiveness of the infection control program. Microbiology has become an advanced science in the field of infection control and management in the hospital environment, tiny creatures that can not be seen with the naked eye, the microsphere that works everywhere, can survive almost in the environment reasonable amount (J.Wilson). There are many types of bacteria, as well as viruses and other micro-organisms, but due to the progress of scientific data, disease and infection have a small proportion.
As I express in my opinion, I feel that a major crisis is being regulated in the healthcare environment. I learned more about the fight against viruses. Gruby did not visit badly. I learned more about communication skills when I learned how to contact the audience. This information can be useful for the future.
In the health sector, we are firmly convinced that the infection (IBCS) of source health is the case for the public in the United Kingdom and concerns (Nunkoo and Pickles 2008). When Clostridium Difficile, commonly known as C diff, is considered HCAI, it is clear that the public is mostly aware of the problem because a significant part of the population is aware of the infection (Bosanquet 2009). Health Commission (2005) notes that the current clinical problem areas and issues related to C-DIFF in hospitals, which mean that the Ministry of Health (2009) also owns.
The problems well-known by many infectious infection control sources (Jenkinson et al., 2006), indicate that infection control that should be an important factor in primary health care should be offered as a repeat of Nursing Council and midwifery (2006).
The author chose not to think of the incident that happened when he was in an acute hospital because of his warning. The author chose not to think of this occasion, which he met using John’s thought model (1990) to capture, understand and study a particular experiment (John’s 1994).
The author classifies the selected situation for reflection as a critical event. The reason for this declaration is that it has stimulated experience. I agree with Smith and Jack (2005), arguing that there is a severe event – the experience of individuals, as well as writers, is to produce the idea that people can think of what is happening.
When I was in an acute hospital, I compared the situation with the situation that put my thoughts and feelings up, as well as the demand for further research. I was in the morning change, and I was trying to help the patient in the room, which caused the barrier because another employee was found for c-diff. I washed my hands before I went into the room to help the team, and I continued to spend a couple and wear gloves and help the nurse near the hospital. When the mission was completed, I pulled the board out of the rack and see if I can leave the nurse, protective clothing, leave the room out of the mud, and check the waste and dispose of the patient. According to the nurse, the hospital’s policy showed that I was right when I did this, so I started doing this before washing my protective clothing and washing my hands.
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