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Precautions against MRSA and other Communicable Diseases in the Classroom

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Overview

While winter may be the worst time for colds, coughs, and flu, teachers are often faced with a wide range of communicable diseases and illnesses year-round. How do we make the health and well-being of our students and ourselves one of the main focuses in our classrooms? Join John Roche, a First Aid Instructor and educator, as he discusses simple steps you can take to help prevent the spread of sickness in your classroom. In addition to discussing basic first aid steps you can take to prevent disease transmission, John will also cover the symptoms of MRSA, influenza, HIV, Hepatitis, and other diseases communicated via blood, air, or surfaces. He will also discuss practical ways to help keep the surfaces in your classroom clean.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Wednesday, January 17, 2018 @ 3:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Personal Enrichment, School Safety, Workplace
Tags: communicable diseases, disease transmission, first aid, illness, mrsa, prevention, student safety

Reviews (14)

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+2
 
Thanks for a great presentation.
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Thank you for the tips! We had an epidemic at our school and this info is well appreciated!
Full Member
 
Great reminders for home and schools. Plan to share this with my peers!
Full Member
 
Wonderful information we all need to use
Full Member
 
This was great information on germs and diseases. I also liked all of the precautionary procedures we need to take as educators. Thanks a lot!
Full Member
 
I think about germs and diseases often in the classroom. This is great information. Thank you
Full Member
+6
 
This was so helpful and necessary. Thank you for sharing this information.
Full Member
 
Great information on an icky topic! :)
 
Great webinar!
Full Member
+8
 
Wow! How much to learn and act if this happens to us. You had a wonderful presentation. After listening to you, I will try to get certified! Thanks. Great webinar!
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