Advanced Course in Infection Prevention in Haemodialysis Units

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Welcome to the “Advanced Course in Infection Prevention in Hemodialysis Units”, a specialized course designed to equip healthcare professionals, particularly those involved in hemodialysis settings, with the updated knowledge and skills necessary to prevent and manage infections effectively. In the context of hemodialysis, infection control is paramount due to the increased vulnerability of patients with end-stage renal disease. This course delves into the specific challenges and considerations associated with infection prevention and control in hemodialysis units. Participants will gain insights into the unique aspects of infection control in this department, including vascular access, water treatment, and the overall dialysis environment.

  • To update the health care professionals in dialysis units with the latest updates in  infection prevention and safety.
  • To clarify why infection prevention is important in Dialysis units.
  • To discuss and explain how to perform risk assessment to identify the hemodialysis access types with the highest risk of infection.
  • Risk of infection for dialysis patients.
  • Management of Blood Borne Pathogen.
  • Multidrug resistance Organism (MDRO) in dialysis units.
  • Catheter associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTI).
  • Water Quality.
  • Patient Care.
  • Environment of care: Cleaning, disinfection, and sterilization of equipments and devices.
  • Vaccination recommendation for Patients with chronic kidney disease and for dialysis patients.
  • Outbreak Management in the Dialysis Setting

Interactive online live programs.
Courses could be tailored to fit the needs and schedules of group participants.

Learning option as classroom-based course is available too.

  1. Nephrologists:  can benefit from an in-depth understanding of infection control practices in hemodialysis to enhance patient outcomes.
  2. Hemodialysis Nurses:  including registered nurses and nurse practitioners, are at the forefront of patient care, seeking to deepen their knowledge of infection prevention and control in the context of hemodialysis.
  3. Dialysis Technicians: Individuals responsible for operating and maintaining dialysis machines, monitoring patients during procedures, and ensuring the overall functionality of the hemodialysis process will find this course highly valuable.
  4. Infection Control Practitioners: To enhance their expertise by focusing on the unique challenges and considerations within hemodialysis units.
  5. Healthcare Administrators: Those involved in the administration and management of dialysis centers can benefit from understanding infection control practices to ensure compliance with regulations and maintain a safe healthcare environment.
  6. Allied Health Professionals: Individuals such as dietitians, social workers, and pharmacists who work closely with hemodialysis patients can gain valuable insights into infection control measures to provide holistic care.
  7. Medical Students and Residents: Those pursuing a career in nephrology or internal medicine can use this course to supplement their academic and clinical training, gaining practical knowledge relevant to hemodialysis.
  8. Anyone Interested in Renal Care: Individuals with a general interest in renal care and a desire to learn about infection control in hemodialysis may also find this course informative.

Overall, the course is designed to cater to a broad audience involved in various capacities within the hemodialysis setting, fostering a collaborative approach to ensuring the highest standards of infection control and patient safety.


9 Hours (2 Weekends, 3 Hours/Day)

Course Includes

  • Course Learning Material (theory and hands-on scenarios)
  • Learning Assessment
  • Certificate of attendance