The SF2H / International session of the 2019 congress
Environmental cleaning and disinfection: time to upgrade our strategy?
Cleaning as a patient safety initiative
Pierre PARNEIX, Bordeaux (France)
An international survey of cleaning and disinfection practices in the healthcare environment
Ermira TARTARI, Genève (Suisse)
Environmental contamination of nosocomial pathogens in intensive care units under real-life conditions
Astrid MAYR, Innsbruck (Autriche)
Innovative methods of hospital disinfection in prevention of healthcare-associated infections
Clare ROCK, Baltimore (Etats-Unis)
Physical risk factors identification based on body sensor network combined to videotaping
Nicolas VIGNAIS, Orsay
The SF2H / International session of the 2018 congress
And what about getting rid of catheter-associated urinary tract infections?
Strategies to prevent catheter - associated urinary tract infection.
Sarah L. Krein, Michigan (USA)
HOUDINI: make that urinary catheter disappear – nurse - led protocol.
Debra Adams*, Birmingham (UK)
Closing the gap between best practice and actual practice to reduce CAUTI.
Birgitta Lytsy, Uppsala (Sweden)
Resident performance in complex simulated urinary catheter scenarios.
Jay N Nathwani , Madison (USA)
CAUTI: the valuable concept of healthcare
Sara Romano - Bertrand, Montpellier (France)
The SF2H / International session of the 2017 congress
Pathways to improve surgical site infection prevention
WHO surgical site infection prevention guidelines
Claire Kilpatrick,Geneva (Swiss)
Reduction and sustainability of cesarean section surgical site infection: A national strategy.
Fernando Otaiza, Santiago (Chile)
Modern Strategies to reduce errors and improve safety in the Operating Room: the Surgical Black Box.
Marlies Schijven, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Aseptic practice recommendations for circulating op-erating theatre nurses.
Teija-Kaisa Aholaakko, Helsinki (Finland)
Patient safety in the operating theatre: how A3 thinking can help reduce door movement.
Frederique Elisabeth Simons, Zaandam, (Netherlands)
The SF2H / International session of the 2016 congress
The H factor and how to deal with it
Integrating human factors with infection prevention and control
Julie STORR, Geneva - Switzerland and London - UK
Behaviour change techniques and theory: the ‘Sepsis Six’ clinical care bundle
Rachel CAREY, London - UK
Using Human Factors and Systems Engineering to Evaluate Readmission after Complex Surgery
Sacha ACHER, Madison - USA
Sustainably promoting hand hygiene in intensive care units: Results of the PSYGIENE-project
Thomas VON LENGERKE, Hannover - Germany
Crew resource management to improve patient safety
Laetitia MAY, Paris - France
The SF2H / International session of the 2015 congress
IMPROVING HEALTHCARE WORKERS PROTECTION : A KEY COMPONENT FOR INFECTION CONTROL
Preventing infection in healthcare workers : strategy and challenges.
Bruce GAMAGE, Vancouver, Canada
Gloves, extra gloves or special types of gloves for preventing percutaneous exposure injuries in healthcare personnel.
Consol SERRA PUJADAS, Barcelona, Spain
Building a tutorial on the safe use of personal protective equipment : facing the Ebola challenge.
Cornelius BARTELS, Stockholm, Sweden
Control of scabies outbreaks in an Italian hospital : an information-centered management strategy.
Matteo CAPOBUSSI, Milan, Italy
The SF2H / International session of the 2014 congress
FECES, GUTS MICROBIATA AND INFECTION CONTROL : HOW TO SOLVE THE EQUATION ?
Introduction : fecal transplantation, homage to a precursor Pr Valery Korshunov (1946-2002).
Philippe HARTEMANN, Nancy, France
Why should we take care of our gut microbiota ?
Fernando AZPIROZ, Barcelona, Spain
Clinical challenges associated with acute faecal incontinence in critical care settings
Rachel BINKS, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
The faecal quandary : bedpan management in a modern age.
Gertie van KNIPPENBERG-GORDEBEKE, Venlo-Boekend, Netherlands
The impact of antibiotics on the gut microbiota.
Paul D. COTTER, Cork, Ireland
Duodenal infusion of donor feces for recurrent Clostridium difficile : a French experience
Benoît GUÉRY, Lille, France
The SF2H / International session of the 2013 congress
HOW TO CHANGE BEHAVIOURS : AN EVERLASTING CHALLENGE ?
Behaviour change strategies to infl uence antimicrobial prescribing in acute care.
Esmita Charani, London, UK
Simulation-based training to improve CVC insertion.
Rana K. Latif, Louisville, USA
Ward-based medical simulation as an educational tool for patient safety?
Tim Stephens, London, UK
Intentional rounds : real change or just another tick box ?
Greg Dix, Somerset, UK
The patient involvement : a key for changing behaviours ?
David L.B. Schwappach, Zurich, Switzerland
The SF2H / International session of the 2012 congress
FIGHTING AGAINST HEALTHCARE ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS (HCAI) : WHAT TO EXPECT FROM NEW STRATEGIES ?
New technologies in tackling HCAI : what to expect and how to evaluate ?
Peter Borriello, London, UK
RFID technology: a new way to improve infection control and patient safety ?
Robert J. Sherertz, Wake Forest, USA
New approaches to decontamination of rooms after patients are discharged.
John M. Boyce, New Haven, USA
E-learning as a tool in the behavioural education of the healthcare workers.
Jette Holt, Copenhagen, Denmark
Electronic surveillance of healthcare-associated infections in ICU : is it worth it ?
Walter Koller, Vienna, Austria
Gaming and ATP use for improving hand hygiene : creative technologies.
Ann Higgins, Dublin, Ireland
The SF2H / International session of the 2011 congress
THE GLOBAL THREAT OF MULTIDRUG-RESISTANT MICROORGANISMS IN HEALTHCARE
The threat of multidrug-resistant microorganisms and how to deal with it in Europe.
Dominique L. Monnet, Stockholm
Patients' experiences of being infected with MRSA.
Eva Skyman, Gothenburg
How to face the challenge in Mediterranean's countries ?
Michael A. Borg, Malta
Adverse outcomes associated with contact precautions.
Daniel J. Morgan, Baltimore
Resisting resistance : practical decision tools for choosing anti- microbials safely.
Norma S. Hannigan, New-York
Trends in antimicrobial resistance and associated factors in Spanish hospitals.
Angel Asensio Vegas, Madrid
The SF2H / International session of the 2010 congress
INFECTION CONTROL SOCIETIES : LEARNING FROM EACH OTHER TO IMPROVE PATIENT SAFETY IN EUROPE
How much staff do we need for prevention of healthcare-associated infections in hospitals ?
Peterhans van den Broek, Leiden
Training infection control nurses : the Scandinavian experience.
Nina Kristine Sorknes, Norwegian Nurses Organisation: Professional Interest Group for Infection Control Nurses, Oslo
Hand hygiene promotion: The “Get your disinfection” campaign.
Walter Popp, DGKH, Essen
Building patient safety with consumers’ associations. How to face the challenge ?
Rose Gallagher, Royal College of Nursing, London
Notification and early warning : The French mandatory system illustrated throughout the Clostridium difficile infection epidemic.
Isabelle Poujol InVS, Paris
Towards a “European network to promote infection prevention for patient safety” : an initiative to improve cooperation between scientific and professional societies.
Silvio Brusaferro, SIMPIOS, Udine