Christopher Sudhakar

Manipal University India

Dr. CHRISTOPHER SUDHAKER M.Sc.(N) MBA(HCS) M.Phil.(N), PhD Dr. Sudhaker has extensive work experience in Health care associated infection control especially in practice improvement. He is also involved in infection control policy development and developing low cost devices specifically for use in developing countries. He has authored a number of books and chapters and his work has been published within several national and international journals. In addition, he is an editorial board member of national Journal of Nursing science- Rajiv Gandhi University of Health sciences and review panel member of NITTE University journal. His special interests are training and simulation based learning. He is a research guide for PhD, MPhil, Masters and Degree programs and has taught at MPhil, MSc and Bachelor degree level in nursing. BOS and Academic Senate member of many Universities in south India. Dr Sudhaker is a frequent speaker on the subject and has presented at a number of national and international conferences. He has experience as a quality management representative, ISO auditor and assessor for the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Health care Providers (NABH), India. Whilst a life member of Hospital Infection Society of India, Academy of Hospital Administration and CMAI and NRSI, he currently works as Dean and professor in MCON, Mangalore, and Manipal University India.

Christopher Sudhakar

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Health care associated infection is coupled with significant morbidity and mortality. Prevention and control of infection is indispensable part of health care delivery system. Knowledge of Preventing HAI can help health care providers to make informed and therapeutic decisions thereby prevent or reduce these infections. Infection control is continuously evolving science that is constantly being updated and enhanced. The book will be very useful for all health care professionals to combat with health care associated infections.

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