Infection control is top of the agenda in the current climate, but doing it effectively can be a challenge for care homes.
Our thanks to, Anita Astle MBE, managing director at Wren Hall Nursing Home and director at the National Care Association, Paul Kasler, director at Aura Air, Debbie Harris, founder of Autumna and Paul Anderson, managing director of Meiko.
Our experts discuss:
- How to stop the spread of a virus in care homes
- The lack of attention to the aerosol droplets that spread in the air and risk contagion
- How care homes must look closely at their ventilation and air filtration systems
- Advice on care home air conditioning
- How to reassure consumers that your care home is safe
- How to evidence your infection control procedures
- How much testing is going on in care homes and preparing for a second wave
- The role of digital technology in helping to fight infection and the importance of data
- Why you should avoid washing things by hand and always use machines
- How manufactures are using smart technology to help fight infection
- Do consumers now recognise the importance of infection control when choosing a care home?
- How safe is care home equipment in kitchens and sluice rooms?
- How suppliers are supporting care homes