Infection Control

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Program Overview:

   Infection control becomes a basic term in any medical organization and one of its quality criteria a must be applied. Its measure indicates to how much this organization should be trusted and introduces medical services safely.


TREE introduces Infection Control training program which allows you to work in quality or infection control department position, and train you on how you can control infection in especial medical cases such as ICU.

Who Should Attend:

  • All medical field workers who is their work directly connected to patients as doctors and nurses or who works in sterilization and medical wastes tools.

Program Learning Outcome:

By the end of this program, trainees will be able to:

  • Aware of what is infection and how its process work.
  • Learn sterilization technics and its importance.
  • Precautions must be taken through the medical work.
  • Learn waste management and precautions for removing it safely.
  • ICU special precautions and its environment.

Program Outline:

  • The Microbiology of Infection and the infection process.
  • Epidemiology of HAL.
  • Hand Hygiene.
  • Standard and Transmission Based Precautions.
  • Sterilization and Disinfection.
  • Aseptic technique and Surveillance.
  • Environmental Cleaning and Safety.
  • Waste Management.
  • Safe infrastructure.
  • Occupational Health Program.
  • IC program.
  • Risk Assessment.
  • Outbreak Investigation.

Program Duration:

  • Hours: 64 hrs.
  • Lectures: 16 lecs. , 1 lec./ week.
  • Lecture Duration: 4 hrs.
  • Practical: 4 lectures in a Hospital or Medical Center.


Dr.Manal Badour

  • Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt
  • Editor of Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology Research Associate.
  • Editor at Alexandria Journal of Medicine Editor at Open Journal of Medical Microbiology.
  • Editor of Modern Public Health Editor at European Journal of Molecular Biology.


  1. Certificate by the program curriculum and practical training from the hospital where the training takes place and signed from the program instructor.
  2. TREE Certificate by program curriculum signed from the program instructor.
  3. Attendance Certificate from TREE.


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