Master Sterility and Aseptic Technique and Learn How to Scrub for Surgery!
Safety in a hospital setting is of utmost importance! The current statistics show that a patient has about a 1 in 10 chance of acquiring a hospital-acquired infection after admission. This is of immense concern to especially the surgical patient who may be compromised or even die from a surgical site infection.
Photos from our Sterility and Aseptic Technique Workshop – the 2018 Apprentice Doctor® SciTech program in Perth, Australia
Sterility is a non-compromise word, and a good Sterility and Aseptic Technique Course and Kit has been a void in the armamentarium of training staff at the medical, medical professional, and healthcare training institutions. The Apprentice Doctor® Sterility and Aseptic Technique Course and the associated Scrub for surgery kit fill a significant void.
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Click below to go to the course page. There you will find three tabs:
In the Curriculum tab, at the bottom of the page, click on Enroll. You can now click on the first Item in the list to begin the course.
Ideal For Your Next Sterility and Aseptic Techniques Workshop!
Students will be able to do the following practical projects:
Project 1A: Hand Hygiene – Soap and Water
Project 1B: Hand Hygiene – Alcohol rub
Project1C: How to Don (Put On) Clean Gloves
Project 1D: How to Safely Remove Used Gloves
Project 2: How to Change into Operating Room Attire
Project 3A: Prepare Hands for Surgery – Soap and Water
Project 3B: Prepare Hands for Surgery – Alcohol Rub
Project 3C: Gown for Surgery
Project 3D: Don Sterile Gloves – Open Method
Project 3E: Don Sterile Gloves – Closed Method
Project 3F: Don Sterile Gloves –Plunge Method
Project 5: Palpate the Lymph Nodes
Not included in the kit – but highly recommended additional project:
Project 01: Grow Bacteria (Add-on / Optional)
Project 02: Demonstrate Bacteria on Hands with Glow-Gel (Add-on / Optional)
Setting up sterile instruments and an orthopedic surgical procedure
Our upgraded kit has simulation surgical gown packed in “sterile” drapes. The gown has cuffs and a sterile hand-over tag for tying the gown at the back without compromising sterility.
Saving lives is more about performing important routines (like hand hygiene) without exception and to perfection – rather than major surgical procedures (for instance).
The Apprentice Corporation trusts that you will have a great time learning and gaining critical medical and surgical skills.
Dr. Anton Scheepers and the Apprentice Doctor Team.