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Healthcare Associated Infection Annual Report 2016 05 May 2017

Download the HAI Annual Report 2016This is the eigth HAI Annual Report on the surveillance of Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) in Scotland covering
the period January - December 2016.

Health Protection Scotland is supporting the World Health Organisation (WHO) ‘Clean your hands’ campaign which focuses on antibiotic resistance with the theme of ‘Fight Antibiotic Resistance – it’s in your hands’.

In support of this, we have published our HAI Annual Report which details the latest figures on healthcare associated infections. These continue to represent a threat to patient safety across Scotland and to safe care, wherever that is delivered. The threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) remains a key focus for current and future health protection strategies.

Infographics

An infographic to accompany the Executive Summary and each chapter of the HAI Annual Report is available to download below.

Executive Summary Development of Guidance
Download the infographic of the Executive Summary Download the infographic of the Development of Guidance
Bloodborne Viruses Control of Antimicrobial Resistance in Scotland (CARS) Carbapenemase-producing Organisms
Download the BBV infographic Download the CARS infographic Download the Carbapenemase-producing Organisms infographic
Clostridium difficile Infection Decontamination Escherichia coli Bacteraemia
Download the CDI infographic Download the Decontamination infographic Download the E coli infographic
HAIs in Intensive Care Units Hospital HAI Outbreaks Norovirus Outbreaks
Download the HAI in ICU infographic Download the Hospital HAI outbreaks  infographic Download the Norovirus Outbreaks infographic
Staphylococcus aureus Infection Surgical Site Infection Urinary Tract Infections
Download the SAB infographic Download the SSI infographic Download the UTI infographic

 

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  • Health Protection Scotland
Last Updated : 27/09/2017