Session 206: Disaster Preparedness for Dialysis Water Treatment Systems

Description:
Approved for 1.2 Contact Hours.
This course is designed to provide information and guidelines about preparing your clinic’s water treatment system prior to a disaster. Needs and issues surrounding a plan are also addressed. Practical steps and response criteria are given in an effort to assist the student in implementing a disaster preparedness strategy for the water treatment program.

Session 205: Water Monitoring – For Patient Saftey

Description:
Approved for 1.2 Contact Hours.
To provide a comprehensive study on water system monitoring in hemodialysis clinics. The course is designed for individuals who are involved in all aspects of patient care, from administrators to technicians. The emphasis is focused on the importance of establishing a quality assurance program for the complete water treatment system so that water tragedies can be avoided.

Session 204: Facility Design – Start with Pure Water

Description:
Approved for 1.2 Contact Hours.
To provide instruction on the importance of designing a hemodialysis clinic based on the water treatment and distribution system. This is a course that can be taken by project managers, engineers, technicians, physicians, and administrators that are involved with dialysis facility layout. The emphasis is based on providing the individual with a comprehensive overview of the issues surrounding designing a dialysis clinic from a water treatment perceptive.