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The Top 5 Most Influential Infection Control Reflective Account (s)

26-Sep-2016 10:33:06 / by Nabeela D'Sa

Nabeela D'Sa

There are a lot of courses that analyze infection control in a number of ways; starting from the mental barriers people face in agreeing to infection control practices to the motivation techniques that can be administered to encourage infection control habits. At Stafford global, we’re not exactly germ phobic but we got to looking up ways to prevent infection, because well, isn’t it better to be safe than sorry? And here’s the thing, we found a ton of influencers whose infection control reflective accounts were so helpful in keeping those nasty infections at bay that we thought we’d share them with you. We picked the top 5 twitter accounts we thought were the most helpful. So, here goes:

Infection control

https://twitter.com/infectionCtrl

Based out of Dublin, this Twitter group offer standard precautions for infection prevention and control along with a whole lot of news, tips on how to handle certain infections as well educational videos that help the masses.

Infection Control Today

https://twitter.com/ICT_magazine

Infection Control Today or ICT is a magazine that has a growing base on Twitter. They focus on educating people especially infection prevetionists on correct infection control methods. Known as the specialists in infection control, they also analyze the psychological barriers people face in administering the correct infection control methods.

International Conference for Prevention and Infection Control

https://twitter.com/ICPIC_meeting

The International Conference for Prevention and Infection Control is a lucrative platform for the promotion of awareness in the prevention of infection and control of antimicrobial resistance around the world. They’ve made their efforts social since 2011 and have a growing platform on Twitter.

SciCan

https://twitter.com/SciCan

With ever expanding bases in Canada, USA, Europe, Russia and Asia, SciCan have expanded their knowledge and information on infection control and the psychology associated behind its prevention on a social level as well.

Jon Otter

https://twitter.com/jonotter

Jon Otter is an Infection Prevention and Control Epidemiologist based out of London. His Twitter page has the most recent techniques on handling infections, educational seminar links and a lot of interesting information regarding infections and the root causes for them.

That’s all from us here at Stafford Global. Infection control and prevention is serious business and we would always encourage you to follow the best possible practices to keep yourself and those around you safe and healthy at all times.


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Topics: Health care & Psychology

Nabeela D'Sa

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