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HEALTHCARE FORUM


PROGRAMME Wednesday 16th March


10.00 – 10.30AM Clean care is safer care; a model to follow


Didier Pittet Introducing an efficient cleaning model, developed by WHO, that is based on data that was collected over the past three years.


10.30 – 10.50AM Cleaning as a patient safety initiative


Pierre Parniex Clean rooms are high on the demand list of patients, not only because it signifies quality, but also because it ensures safety. This is illustrated with an overview of European cleaning practices from a 2018 survey.


10.50 – 11.19AM Cleaning in Healthcare: the new concept


Andreas Voss This session will discuss the severity of the dangers of ineffective cleaning practices, and the consequences that we are facing today.


11.30AM – 1.30PM Lunch and the Healthcare CleaningLAB


Lunch is provided by the organisation. Afterwards there is time to visit the Healthcare CleaningLAB on the exhibition floor, where you can meet experts and attend ‘train the trainer’ sessions.


1.30 – 2.00PM Education, training and communication


Andreea Moldovan In order to battle the threat of infections, it is critical that healthcare workers acquire the right knowledge and adhere to standard precautions. This is done through communication, evaluation and feedback.


www.tomorrowscleaning.com


2.00 – 2.30PM Counting the cost and value of hospital cleaning and disinfection


Jon Otter Counting the cost and value of hospital cleaning and disinfection – financial and non-financial investment in high quality hospital cleaning and disinfection pays dividends. How do we ensure quality?


2.30PM – 3.00PM Research & innovation: new frontiers


Markus Dettenkofer Advanced cleaning technologies, ways to adequately educate personnel and recent knowledge gained from labour psychology: these can all aid hospitals in preventing infections.


3.15 – 4.15PM An executive summary


Didier Pittet & Pierre Parneix Does cleaning in healthcare add value and improve patient safety? Learn how to pitch the need to invest in hospital cleaning to your hospital executive team with a summary and an executive-level discussion.


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HEALTHCARE CLEANINGLAB Tickets to the Forum will also grant you access to the Interclean tradeshow, which has an area dedicated to cleaning and hygiene in the healthcare sector: The Healthcare CleaningLAB.


The Healthcare Cleaning LAB (located in Hall 9) is where you find the most recent research, specialised cleaning practices and new products that are specially developed for the healthcare industry. The LAB features demonstrations, seminar sessions and digital content.


The Healthcare Cleaning LAB stage hosts several extensive knowledge sharing seminar sessions throughout the days. The live demonstrations are held in operation rooms and patient rooms that teach the viewer about specialised cleaning methods, models, dress codes, hand hygiene, etc. These will be presented by a professional from SVS, an educational institute for the facility and cleaning branch. The digital content is displayed on a large screen, which broadcasts digital exams, reports and audits, and shows specialised cleaning techniques such as the cleaning of a room that is polluted by cytostatics, isolation facilities and operation rooms.


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