Unit 39 - Infection Prevention and Control (Level 2)
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care
Unit Start date
9th September 2013
Unit End Date
11th April 2014
Infection Prevention and Control
The purpose of this assignment is enable learners to gain an understanding of the importance of infection and control in health and social care settings. Learners will be able to investigate the cause and spread of infection, the legislation associated with implanting infection prevention and procedures for controlling their spread. Tasks
1. You will produce a leaflet explaining both how infections are caused by different pathogens (P1) and how pathogenic micro-organisms grow and spread (P2). Task deadline – September 30th 2013
2. You will demonstrate (P3) standard precautions that would be used to prevent the spread of infection in a health and social care setting. This will be observed by your subject tutor within the skills lab.
Task deadline – w/k commencing 7th October 2013
3. Your subject tutor will give you a case study about an outbreak of infection in a health and social care setting. In small groups you will study these case studies and present the following to your peers; Explain (M1) how you would manage the outbreak of infection Identify (P4) key aspects of legislation and guidelines relevant to the prevention and control of infection Explain (M2) the role of organisational procedures in the prevention and control of infection. Task deadline – presentations w/k commencing 9th December 2013 To follow the presentation you will now complete a report that assesses (D1) how the suggested measures meet legal requirements and guidelines for the prevention and control of infection. Task deadline - 16th December 2013
4. In your placement competency portfolio complete the questionnaire to describe (P5) the roles and responsibilities of...
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