Reorientation Seminar-Discussion and Operations Planning on MDH Medical Sharps Safety and Waste Management Program – July 23, 2012 – Brief Report and Feedback

Reorientation Seminar-Discussion and Operations Planning on MDH Medical Sharps Safety and Waste Management Program – July 23, 2012 – Brief Report and Feedback

Posted on July 25, 2012

Reorientation Seminar-Discussion and Operations  Planning on MDH Medical Sharps Safety and Waste Management Program

Reynaldo O. Joson, MD, MHA, MHPEd, MSc Surg

July 23, 2012; 2-4 pm

MBFI Hall

 

Brief Report and Feedback

There was a total of 35 registered participants.

Below are some pictures and feedback from the participants.

I will be posting the slides used in the seminar in another occasion.

Dr. Rey

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Important Learning from the Seminar:

•Proper waste management in the hospital requires a team work
•Importance of having Sharps Safety Program
•Safety for the health care provider
•Importance of puncture-proof container for sharp wastes
What do you plan to do after the seminar:
•Remind staff regarding proper handling of used medical sharps
•Encourage all staff to report needle/ sharp injury

Strengths in the seminar:

•Very informative
•Online exam is a good idea
•Gained knowledge
•Lecture is clean
•Know government agencies and hospital’s statutory laws regarding medical sharps safety and waste management
•The session is very useful and relevant to our daily activities
•It’s new and it can be done. Congrats to Dr. Joson for his efforts for everybody and the hospital

 

Weaknesses in the seminar:

•There were issues that needs to be finalized first
•Not all participants have their laptop and they were not able to take the quiz

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Pictures:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Partial Results of Online Quiz

For more pictures:

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150941247275800.412614.726455799&type=3&l=4448514880

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