Infection Control Conference

21 Sept 2020 | Workshops | RICEC

*Invitation only

Theme: Strategic steps towards infection free healthcare 

Infection Control Conference

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CME-accredited 

Strategic steps towards infection free healthcare 


Brand new to Global Health, we welcome the Infection Control workshop - a must attend meeting for all senior clinical and policy professionals concerned with the promotion of infection free healthcare environments.

With a distinct focus on providing the latest updates and guidelines relative to the control of infection in healthcare settings, this highly interactive programme will see internationally renowned medical experts discussing the latest in best practice and standards for clinical infectious disease management.  


Key topics:

 
  • Vision 2030 and the future of infection control
  • National and global surveillance and epidemiology updates
  • Telemedicine, transformative technology and health awareness
  • Quality improvement and safety
  • Leadership & capacity building
  • Case studies 
  • Workshop: Optimal hygiene practices in healthcare settings during epidemics outbreaks

Benefits of attending

  • Review the future of Infection Control in KSA relative to Vision 2030 initiatives
  • Recognise new effective strategies that can be implemented within your healthcare organisation to combat AMR and support international antimicrobial stewardship practice
  • Identify the key challenges encountered during the COVID-19 pandemic and discuss strategies to reduce the incidence of infections caused by occupational exposure to pathogens
  • Explore the latest in effective leadership skills and capacity building techniques   
  • Improve your sterilisation practice by benchmarking your CSSD measures against the latest standards
  • Be updated on national and global surveillance and epidemiology updates

Scientific Commitee:

Conference Co-chairs: 

  • Prof Tawfik A. M. Khoja, Family & Community Physician Consultant, Professor of Public Health, Imperial College - London, Secretary General, Arab Hospital Federation, Riyadh, KSA
  • Dr Abdullah Assiri, Ass. Deputy Minister Preventive Health, Ministry of Health, Riyadh, KSA

Who should attend:

  • Infectious Disease Consultants
  • Infection Preventionists
  • Infection Control Managers
  • Infection Control Coordinators
  • Patient Safety Officers
  • Pathologists
  • Epidemiologists
  • CSSD (sterile service) 
  • Hospital Decontamination Coordinators
  • Microbiologists
  • Laboratory Managers
  • Medical Technologists
  • Public Health Professionals
  • Nurses
  • GPs
  • Intensivists