Aktion Saubere Hände (ASH)
Aktion Saubere Hände is a national campaign to improve compliance with hand disinfection in German healthcare facilities.
It was founded on January 1, 2008, with the support of the Federal Ministry of Health, by the National Reference Center for Surveillance of Nosocomial Infections (NRZ), the German Coalition for Patient Safety (APS) and the Society for the Prevention of Infections. (APS) and the Society for Quality Management in Health Care (Gesellschaft für Qualitätsmanagement in der Gesundheitsversorgung e.V.).
The VKD is involved - join us!
Information under: www.aktion-sauberehaende.deAction Alliance for Patient Safety (APS)
The APS is committed to safe health care and is dedicated to the research, development and dissemination of appropriate methods for this purpose.
Representatives of the health care professions, their associations and patient organizations have joined forces in the Aktionsbündnis Patientensicherheit e.V. (Patient Safety Action Alliance) to build a common platform for improving patient safety in Germany. Together they decide and support the projects and initiatives of the association.
The Aktionsbündnis Patientensicherheit (Patient Safety Action Alliance) calls on all healthcare facilities in Germany to participate in the WORLD PATIENT SAFETY DAY on September 17. Be part of it next year!
You can find further information at: www.aps-ev.de and www.tag-der-patientensicherheit.deGerman Network of Smoke-Free Hospitals & Health Facilities (DNRfK)
In the DNRfK you meet a circle of committed clinics and experts
- Smoke-free plus supports the implementation of counselling and tobacco cessation in clinics and health care facilities.
- The astra plus programme promotes the development of professional health competence in the training of nursing professions.
The Drug Commissioner of the Federal Government supports the DNRfK with the patronage.
Further information can be found at: www.rauchfrei-plus.de and www.astra-plus.deDOC JOB EU
DOC JOB EU places young assistant doctors from the EU in German hospitals for further training. In this way, they want to counteract unused training capacities at German clinics and a generally fragile medical supply: With the help of the online platform, DocJob EU enables and promotes the simple, accurate and reliable placement of assistant doctors / inside from the EU for further training at German clinics.
Doctors from European countries will thus receive the best possible training and professional prospects throughout Europe.
At the same time, German hospitals will be able to make use of their further training capacities and ensure the training of doctors in Europe.
With DOC JOB EU we will thus structurally ensure a sensible use of already existing capacities and resources in Europe.
Further information can be found at: www.docjobeu.com