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Prepare, Prevent, Protect Webinar Series - Shared screen with speaker view
April Faulkner
19:44
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April Faulkner
19:47
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April Faulkner
20:03
The slides from today’s session are available at this link: http://bit.ly/3EgNaqu
April Faulkner
21:49
CDC’s Infection Prevention tools: https://www.cdc.gov/longtermcare/prevention
April Faulkner
32:17
Infection Prevention Pocket Cards: https://hqin.org/resource/infection-prevention-pocket-cards/
April Faulkner
36:37
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Deborah Ann Lansdowne
39:12
What is the website that the slides be downloaded from?
April Faulkner
39:35
The slides from today’s session are available at this link: http://bit.ly/3EgNaqu
Deborah Ann Lansdowne
39:54
Thank you!
April Faulkner
40:14
You're welcome!
Mary Locklin
40:50
April, sent you a message in teams
April Faulkner
42:49
Question received: Should a resident in contact isolation have a blood pressure machine dedicated to their use?
Mary Locklin
46:48
Many of the slides have been designed with links and QR codes. These can be posted where staff gather or placed in a resource book.
K. Bittner LPN
48:40
When this was brought up, the question was how do we keep up with all the PPE
Elizabeth Bencebi
50:07
To define required, does that mean that the facility would be tagged by surveyor for not using enhanced barrier precautions?
Jessica McFall RN,IP
50:28
Once someone is placed on enhanced barrier precautions, do they ever come off? Or would this be a permanent precaution posted to their door?
Nikki Martin
50:49
so anyone with a skin tear would have to be on enhanced barrier precautions?
K. Bittner LPN
52:41
So a resident with ESBL with an indwelling catheter would always be on enhanced barrier precautions?
Mary Locklin
54:02
This is the link to VDH enhanced barrier precautions webinar: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/content/uploads/sites/174/2022/03/Enhanced-Barrier-Precautions-11.pdf
Leslie Crawley
56:44
Is it required for only MDRO colonization residents or any resident in general?
Nancy Huff
59:09
the link is for a April 5 2022 ?
Dianne Kaschak
59:29
The link above is for a Past Webinar and the link does not work.
Mary Locklin
59:33
Apologies , we will locate current link
Dianne Kaschak
59:43
Thanks
April Faulkner
59:57
https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/content/uploads/sites/182/2022/10/2022-Updates-to-Enhanced-Barrier-Precautions-for-Nursing-Homes-Webinar-Flyer-1.pdf
April Faulkner
01:00:37
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April Faulkner
01:02:58
Cohorting Guidance resource: https://hqin.org/resource/cohorting-guidance/
Jessica McFall RN,IP
01:04:34
A long term chronic foley does not automatically require enhanced precautions, correct? Or would it?
April Faulkner
01:07:07
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Mary Locklin
01:07:13
The resources are intended to build from one webinar to the next...
April Faulkner
01:08:15
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April Faulkner
01:08:40
Thank you for attending today’s session!
Leslie Crawley
01:10:05
That is correct.
Dianne Kaschak
01:10:23
Thank you so much. Great presentation and very informative. This was very helpful especially the resource list.
Lynne Layug
01:10:38
Thank you, this was helpful.
Jessica McFall RN,IP
01:10:42
Thank you