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Bug Busting in Early Care and Education Settings

The purpose of this e-learning is to educate early educators and health professionals about managing infectious diseases in group care settings for children and motivate them to adopt the recommended practices of the AAP. This course is a tool that can be used by healthcare professionals, public health educators, child care health consultants, child care providers, parents and guardians. After completing this course, you will be able to: 1. Describe the role of teachers and caregivers in preventing and managing infectious diseases 2. Conduct daily health checks 3. Describe and plan to use techniques to prevent the spread of infectious diseases by measuring and analyzing the frequency of infectious diseases. 4. Plan to utilize techniques to control the spread of infectious diseases in early education programs, such as policy change, checklists, etc. 5. Recognize signs and symptoms for exclusion from group settings and return to group settings.

Availability Start Date: November 20, 2019
Availability End Date: September 26, 2021
Hours: 1.0
Training Level:
Program Type: American Academy of Pediatrics
Cost: Unavailable
Core Content Subject Areas: Health, safety, and nutrition.
CDA Subject Areas: Planning a safe, healthy learning environment.
Target Audience: All Staff
Training Types: DCC Approved Event
Delivery Methods: Web-based On-Demand Learning
Credit Process: Self-Report with Individual Training Form (allow 10 days)

Registration Contact Info:

American Academy of Pediatrics
Email: mcc@aap.org
Phone: (847)434-4000
URL: https://shop.aap.org/bug-busting-in-early-care-and-education-settings/

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