Mohammed Abdul Jawad

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Basic Microbiology

Basic Microbiology

FREE Course with downloadable certificate (Certificate requirements: Gain a record of achievement by earning at least 70% of the maximum number of points from all graded assignments.  You have an unlimited number of attempts to meet the threshold.)


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Course type: Self-paced

Language: English

Subject: COVID_19

Cost: FREE

Course duration: Approximately 1 hour.


Microbes are living organisms that can be beneficial, neutral or harmful to humans. A basic understanding of microbiology will allow you to recognize how your role as an Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) person can help break the cycle of transmission, prevent health care-associated infections (HAI) and reduce antimicrobial resistance (AMR).


Overview

In this course, you will learn about how disease-causing microbes, called pathogens, are classified, identified and transmitted. You will be introduced to basic microbiological principles, fundamental laboratory diagnostics and mechanisms by which microbes transmit and cause diseases.


Learning objectives

By the end of this session, you will be able to:

  • Define microbes and other microbiology terms;
  • Describe the chain of infection;
  • Describe the main groups of microorganisms;
  • Discuss common multidrug-resistant organisms; and
  • Describe basic laboratory diagnostics.

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