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Mise en place d’un parcours d’intégration et de formation pour les agents de stérilisation

Abstract : Until September 2018, there was no formal training or evaluation for sterilization agents at Nancy's hospital (CHRU). The goal was to create a formalized training path, to record the training and the evaluation of an agent using a written support. All the training resources available in the service have been identified and the missing tools have been created. A typical induction period has been created. It is divided into large parts: a welcome week followed by several weeks of training. The welcome week consists of observing all the activities of the service. The following training is divided into two parts. It begins with a theoretical training followed by 12 weeks of practical training. The next 12 weeks are dedicated to develop their knowledge. Follow-up is ensured through theoretical and practical evaluations, a grid of activities to be mastered completed as and when learning and a monitoring sheet on which are formalized weekly interviews with the pharmaceutical team. Finally, a logbook has been created and brings together all the useful documents for an agent throughout his career as a sterilization agent. The aim of the training path is to guide and involve the new agents, from their arrival in sterilization service to their continuous training, and to standardize the professional practices. It remains to be seen whether the tools put in place improve the knowledge and skills of the staff.
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A. Daguet, F. Benoit, V. Antoine, H. Lefort, B. Demoré. Mise en place d’un parcours d’intégration et de formation pour les agents de stérilisation. Annales Pharmaceutiques Françaises, Elsevier Masson, 2019, 77 (4), pp.334-342. ⟨10.1016/j.pharma.2019.04.002⟩. ⟨hal-02460696⟩

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