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Infection control role in Management of multidrug-resistant Pathogens MRSA VRE tuberculosis

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SCHSSaudi Commission for Health Specialties

4 continuing medical education hours


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Identifying the learning needs or gaps for Infection control role in Management of multidrug-resistant Pathogens (MRSA), (VRE), tuberculosis is Many healthcare professionals may lack access to updated literature, guidelines, and resources on HAIs, leading to gaps in understanding the latest trends, prevention strategies, and management approaches.

  • Training in cultural competition may be necessary to address the unique challenges in managing VRE and TB infections among diverse patient populations, .
  • may require training in leadership skills to lead outbreak response efforts, delegate tasks, and make timely decisions to contain the spread of infections and minimize the impact on patient outcomes.


  • Define healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) and distinguish them from community-acquired infections.
  • Explain the significance of targeted management strategies for specific pathogens in preventing HAIs.
  • Identify risk factors associated with CDI development, including antibiotic use and healthcare exposure.
  • Compare and contrast treatment options for various healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).
  • infection prevention measures to reduce MRSA transmission in healthcare settings.
  • Implement infection control measures to prevent the spread of VRE and TB in healthcare facilities and communities.
  • Describe strategies for implementing infection control measures during an outbreak.


  • By the end of this event, the learners will be able to Understand the definition, epidemiology, and impact of HAIs, particularly those caused by multidrug-resistant pathogens- Recognize the importance of targeted management strategies for multidrug
  • -resistant pathogens in preventing HAIs and reducing transmission rates.
  • - Describe the epidemiology, pathogenesis, and risk factors associated with Clostridium difficile infections (CDI).
  • - Implement infection control measures, including patient isolat

Target Audience

All professions Medicals


  • Marwa Salah Ahmed Osman

    Laboratory Science

    Microbiology Laboratory