On demand learning (7hrs)

The learning outcomes for this self led eLearning course focus on organisational and behavioural aspects of infection prevention and control.

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Behavioural science and behaviour change factors in infection prevention and control
Paul Chadwick

Dr. Paul Chadwick is Honorary Associate Professor at the UCL's Centre for Behaviour Change and a practicing Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist. He works on the development of interdisciplinary approaches to research and practice in behaviour change.

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Structure of IPC services & the role of the infection control Doctor (ICD) and Director of Infection Prevention and Control (DIPC)
Sara Mumford

Sara Mumford is Director of Infection Prevention and Control, Deputy Medical Director and Consultant Microbiologist at Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust (MTW). Sara studied medicine at St Bartholomew’s hospital and did her specialist training at Charing Cross and St George’s Hospitals and Ashford Public Health Laboratory.

Photo of Elaine Cloutman-GreenCommunication skills & leadership
Elaine Cloutman-Green

Professor Elaine Cloutman-Green is a Consultant Clinical Scientist working within Infection Prevention and Control and as Lead Healthcare Scientist for a world renowned paediatric hospital. She holds an Honorary Professorship with UCL and was awarded the British Empire Medal as part of the New Years Honours in 2021 for services to healthcare.

Photo of Raheelah AhmadCan organisational change prevent HCAIs?
Raheelah Ahmad

Raheelah leads the Health Management and Leadership and the Innovation and Change teaching on the Health Management MSc programme at City, University of London. She also contributes to the Master of Public Health Programme.  
Raheelah is a recipient of the NIHR Fellowship in Knowledge Mobilisation and co-investigator on the ESRC/UKRI project to address AMR in low resource settings (ASPIRES).

Photo of Julie RobothamUnderstanding the financial burden of healthcare associated infection
Julie Robotham

Head of Modelling and Evaluation, Healthcare Associated Infections and Antimicrobial Resistance, UKHSA.  Julie has worked in the field of modelling and health economics of HCAI and AMR for over 20 years. She heads the team of mathematical modellers and health economists at UKHSA who conduct work across a portfolio of HCAI and AMR projects.

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Sustainability in IPC: Balancing sustainability, efficacy & efficiency
Helen Dunn

Helen Dunn is a Consultant Nurse IPC & Director of Infection Prevention Control (DIPC) at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London.  Helen completed a Certificate in Infection Control at Oxford Brookes, her Masters in Infection Management at Imperial and is currently completing her Fellowship for the Academy of Higher Education.
Helen has worked in IPC since 2005 and has been at GOSH for 9+ years. Her main interests are in vascular access, education and behaviour change.

Major infection control disasters: What can we learn from the past?Photo of Annette Jeanes
Annette Jeanes

Annette Jeanes is an independent Consultant Infection Control Nurse. She was the Infection Control lead at the Nightingale Hospital in London for the duration of the initial and subsequent Covid-19 response. Prior to that Annette worked in the NHS as the Director of Infection Prevention & Control and Consultant Nurse Infection Control at University College London Hospitals.

Expected learning hours:

Self-led-learning via eLearning platform: a minimum of 7 hours
Completion time for each session is approximately 50-80 minutes.

Access to on demand content:

Delegates will have access to the on demand content on the eLearning platform for a period of 3 months from the date of purchase.


HIS members: £115

Non-members: £150

Full payment is required by credit or debit card at the point of booking and no refunds are issued as access to the topic materials is provided immediately.  For full information view our payment terms.


This course has been approved for 7 CPD points.

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