INFECTION CONTROL LESSONS FOR CHILDREN
Infection Prevention Drop-in Lessons for Children
Infection Prevention Drop-in Lessons for Children. These engaging lessons teach effective ways to help stop the spread of germs. Topics address hand washing, covering coughs, and staying home when sick. There are two lessons appropriate for young children grades K to 2 and two lessons appropriate for grades 3 to 5.Heap · CERT · Hygiene Products
CDC - BAM, Teacher's Corner, Infectious Disease Epidemiology
Each lesson in this module includes one or more activities. Each activity includes teacher background and student readings, or age-appropriate Internet links. All lessons align with national science and health standards, which are noted in each lesson. This is a flexible resource package. You may use one or all of the lessons.
PKIDs | Infectious Disease Workshop
Infectious Disease Workshop . PKIDs' Infectious Disease Workshop (IDW), is an educational tool for people of all ages and with all levels of understanding about infectious diseases. In this workshop, you will learn about bacteria and viruses, how to prevent infections, how to prepare for a bioterrorist attack or other disaster, how to keep
Infection Control Lesson Plans: Control Those Back-to
Infection Control Lesson Plans: Control Those Back-to-School Germs! Are you looking for easy infection control lesson plans? Here are a few projects and resources to [PDF]
Unit 2: Disease Prevention Instructional Activities for Teens
eases. In this workshop, you will learn about bacteria and viruses, how to prevent infections, and how to eliminate the social stigma that too often accompanies diseases such as HIV or hepatitis C. We hope that both instructors and participants come away from this workshop feeling comfort-
Disease Prevention Lesson Plan | Study
Use this lesson plan to help you teach your students about disease prevention. Students will read a text lesson, discuss disease prevention, and create a personal three-part disease prevention plan.
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Teaching About Germs For Kids: Making It Fun, Making It
"If kids think of them as cute little things, like a cartoon, they can understand we need to stay clear of them, but not be fearful." In addition, if your child seems to be obsessing a bit over hygiene, make sure that you're modeling normal germ control and not going overboard yourself. For more on hygiene, check out this guide to hygiene for kids.Author: Care
Infection Control and Prevention - Educational Tools
Infection control principles and practices for local health departments Educational tools Bloodborne pathogens (PPT) Employees with occupational exposure to blood/body fluids must have training at the time they begin assignments in which the occupational exposure may occur, and annually thereafter. The bloodborne pathogens training presentation for Division of Public Health employees may be
Teach a Glo Germ Lesson for Improved Hand Washing in Your
Teach a Glo Germ Lesson for Improved Hand Washing in Your Classroom or Organization *Intro for Ebola Prevention: What you'll need: Make sure to properly introduce the training so that maximum participation can be realized by the audience. The subsequent steps will walk you through the best way to conduct a Glo Germ training for better hand washing.