2021 Posters

All Posters will be available to view in the Resource Gallery in the OnAIR conference portal.

A Poster Session will take place Monday 8 November from 16:05 AEDT – 17:00 AEDT.

Join the Gather.Town function to view posters, talk with presenters and network with delegates. Access to the Gather.Town, is available via the OnAIR conference portal.

To learn more about Gather.Town and what to expect click here.

Gather.Town Poster # POSTER TITLE AUTHOR/S POSTER PDF
1 Staying sane in an insane world Kaye Bellis
2 Multimodal Infection Prevention & Control Strategies within the Pandemic Setting Bradley Mcentee
3 Hand hygiene in small animal veterinary practices – more than a lick and a promise Dr Angela Willemsen
4 The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) COVID-19 Physiotherapy Service Staff Engagement Program: Engaging Staff, Enhancing Preparedness for the Pandemic Service Shirley Ka Wai Lee
5 Improving dental practice environmental sustainability while maintaining patient safety within an infection prevention and control context Kylie Robb
6 The COVID-19 Case Management Team: Rise of a new infection prevention team with benefits for healthcare workers at a tertiary facility Stephanie Spilsbury
7 Managing Symptomatic Healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic at a large tertiary healthcare facility in Melbourne: Case Study and role of a dedicated case management team Stephanie Spilsbury
8 Why PPE should remain the last resort even during a pandemic Dr Michael Sinnott
9 Public’s use of PPE and Strategies to avoid Contagion during COVID-19 Pandemic in Australia and Germany Dr Stéphane Bouchoucha
10 Transmission Based Precautions- who, what, when and why? All in one place Nicola Isles
11  Improving the Blood Culture Collection Process in an Emergency Department Mr Dale Pogson
12 2021 World Hand Hygiene Day Public Engagement Promotion:  Enter Our Door – Do The 4 Mrs Kate Manserra
13 Training of healthcare workers to protect from infectious diseases Mr Mohammed Owais Quresh
14  Tissue adhesives for bacterial inhibition in extracorporeal membrane oxygenation cannulae Ms India Pearse
15 Non-Compliant Medical Device Decontamination and the associated issues Mr George Koning
16 A NEW BURDEN TO CONSIDER: INSIGHT INTO POST VACCINATION SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT AT A LARGE, MULTI-CAMPUS, TERTIARY HEALTHCARE FACILITY IN MELBOURNE Ms Stephanie Spilsbury
17 Don’t let the ones you can’t see get away. Maintaining consistency with environmental cleaning. Mrs Michelle Bolte, Ms Elaine Hall, Mr Michael Ryan
18  Refining process to improve outcomes in cancer care: impact of a multi-modal infection prevention program utilising new technologies Ms Lela Jevtovic
19  Influence and efficacy of Catheter to Vein Ratios (CtVR) on the incidence of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) for Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters (PICCs) Ms Megan Nicholas
20 SECUREment bundles to prevent Peripheral IntraVenous Catheter failure – the SECURE-PIVC trial: a pilot randomised controlled trial Ms Amanda Corley
21 Incidence of Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia in Palmerston North Hospital, New Zealand during 2017-2020.  Is ethnicity having an impact? Dr.  Nikita Jain
22 Exploring nursing management of infection control and patient deterioration in a COVID -19 Unit. A protocol for a pragmatic case study Dr Mary BatchMs Karina ChuMs Rhiannon  Spencer
23 Does Your Patient Have a Cannula? A Questionnaire Study of Clinician Awareness Dr Gillian Ray-Barruel
24 COVID 19 HOW THE RULES HAVE CHANGED! An Arcare Community approach to the first 2021 residential care COVID 19 outbreak. New processes, new challenges with a ‘Yes We Can Attitude’ Ms Carrie Spinks
25 Opening a new hospital, the learning’s from an Infection Management and Prevention perspective Mrs Alison Pickering
26 How does antibiotic use in Australian residential aged care compare globally?: a systematic review and meta-analysis Dr Magdalena Raban
27 The association between ocular and nasal bacterial communities in a dry eye population  Ms Azadeh Tavakoli
28  Prevalence and consequences of malnutrition among the elderly in Loikaw Dr May Thet Nu Noe
29 From manual to electronic: an evaluation of current data handling systems for surveillance of healthcare-associated infections in Victoria  Ms Maree Sommerville
30 Analysis of central line-associated bloodstream infection and causative organism data within Western Australian acute care settings, 2010 – 2020 Mr Joel Parke
31  Improvement in identification of healthcare associated infections using and electronic surveillance system Dr Mariyam Athifa
32  Improving pre-hospital infection control in the ACT Mr Lincoln Fowler
33 Opening a Residential Aged Care Facility during the Covid 19 Pandemic Ms Elizabeth Skewes
34 Wallsend Aged Care Facility Resident’s Hand Hygiene Project Mr Romano Purzuelo
35 The Role of Infection Prevention and Control in Local Public Health Units Ms Terri Butcher

 

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