Infection Prevention and Control Building Guidelines for Acute Hospitals in Ireland

SARI by HSE Health Protection Surveillance Centre | 31/12/2008
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The Health Services Executive (HSE) Healthcare-Associated Infection (HCAI) Governance Committee requested the Strategy for the control of Antimicrobial Resistance in Ireland (SARI) National Committee to provide recommendations on infection prevention and control-related design for acute hospitals in Ireland.
A working group was established, and this report is the result. The principal focus of the recommendations included in this report relate to the design and proportion of single rooms in newly-built acute hospitals, along with other design issues relating to inpatient accommodation. The recommendations are based on a review of international literature and, in the opinion of the working group, represent the best options for design of acute hospitals in Ireland. An extensive consultation of relevant professional bodies was carried out, and the draft report updated on the basis of submissions received. The working group would like to thank all of those who took the time to provide submissions.



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