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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, JO, If72 THE IETWRIDGI HfXMD 19 Hospital ivorkshop told Infection control a big concern B.v JOE MA Herald Slalt VVrifcr The hospital is a dangerous place because some patienls leave the hospital with a dis- ease they did not come in with, through Infection, delegates to an infection control workshop were told Tuesday. The workshop, held at the Lethbridge Community College, was sponsored by tho south dis- trict of the Alberta Associa- tion of Registered Nurses and the LCC school of continuing education. About 80 persons, mostly nurses, attended the one-day workshop. They came from Cardston, Edmonton, Coaldale, Calgary, M a g r a t h, Pincher Creek, Claresholm, High Riv- er, Blairmore, Medicine Hat, Lundbreck, Coleman, Drumhel- ler, Warner, Picture Butte, Ma- grath, Carman gay, Taber, Ray- mond, Rocky Mountain House and Dr. E. J. K. Perukctt, direc- tor of laboratories at Foothills Hospital in Calgary, said to avoid "a great public disser- vice" hospitals must be made as clean and as safe aa possi- ble. He outlined the methods of hospital infection control and said hospital staff, particularly nursing personnel, are poten- tial infection hazards to the pa- tients due to their direct in- Local Army Cadet Week starts with Sunday parade Fiala brothers view iheir U of L art display Brothers attend V of L art dept. By MAIULENE COOKSHAW Herald Staff Writer Original art has little value to people ill the Lethbridge area, says Vladimir Fiala, a Dative of Czechoslovakia and third year art student at the University of Lethbridge. "People are concerned more with attractive, realistic pic- tures of scenery, for instance, that they can buy in a depart- ment store." Vladimir by admission does not paint pleasing piclurcs. "A painler must be honest. I want my philosophy to he seen through my paintings and sculptures. When I have some- thing to say, I would like to be able to say it ttoough art. 'Right now I'm just getting into contact with paint. I'm trying to develop certain skills with life and figure drawings." He plans to work with clay in lite-size figures this fall. FLED RUSSIANS Vladimir and his brother Marik, 28, left Czechoslovakia in 1968 during the Russian in- vasion. Both returned to Europe last year. Vladimir set up la studio in Spain for eight months, while his brother worked in a studio he set up in Amsterdam. "The experience helped me very said Vladimir. "It was good to be in a different environment, to be able to visit the galleries. "Marik is interested In art am1 modern art history, so it was a good place lov him to be loo. "It made a very strong change in our life styles, and we both plan to return from time to time. But we hwe friends here and security, Letlv bridge isn't a bad CIC plans pre-election poll of all federal candidates His tentative plans include graduate school and a teach ing position, tut he worries about the shortage of good posi tions for teachers. Most of his work Is done a the university because of th< size. Murals and large painting on masonite make it difficult to work just anywhere. Both brothers regret the lac of places to show any artwor outside of the university. The feel that much of the commun- ity Is unable to see the wor produced by students. Lcthbridge's Army Cadet orps will begin celebration of Army Cadet Week with a church parade Sunday at 11 a.m. in Southminster United Army Cadet Week was de- clared across Canada from Sept. 24 to 30. At p.m. Sunday the corps will hold a retreat ceremony in front of city hall, with Mayor Andy Anderson performing the duties of inspection officer. The ceremony will be repeat- ed Friday, with inspection to be done by Fred King, honorary colonel of the corps. Friday from 7 to 9 p.m., the cac'ets will show a display of [heir work in the College Shop- ping Mall. Highlighting the end of the week will be an escape anc evasion exercise at Springpoint The two-day survival trip is an exercise in using maps; cadet- will be on minimum rations. NO EARS Elephant seals, which some limes measure 17 feet long anc weigh more than pounds have no ears. CALLING MIDDLE-AGED MEN! Although no ana knowl much oboul it, almost every man suffers periods of acute depresion and anxiety upon reaching middle age. Read about the 'Male Mid-Life this Saturday IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE olvemcnl with patients. He acV ised the nurses to practise ood personal hygiene. The over-all infection rale of (tending wounds is 4.7 per cent, losemarie Foord of the Wound lesearch Office at Foothills [ospital pointed oul. She cited lalislics to support the obser- ation that infection rales are ower if hospital personnel wash leir hands regularly with prop- disinfectants. Agnes Short, senior nurse of h e Lethbridge public health init, said reporting of infectious diseases to health authorities is mportant. She said in Leth- iridge recently, more than 100 Dersons were investigated fol- owing a typhoid case. This ould have been avoided if the case were reported immediate- y. Iris Mossey, director of staff development and health at St. Michael's General Hospital, said isolation of patients from sources of bacteria U neces- sary. But it also results in lha social isolation of the patients, she said. Andy Andreachuk, Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital ad- ministrator, spoke on the hos- pila] administrator's role in in- fection control. He said the ad- ministrator is responsible for providing the manpower and facilities for infection control. Mr. Andreachuk said smaQ hospitals have difficulty In pro- viding their own Infection con- trol committee. The possibility of pooling together the re- sources of small hospitals in infection control is being con- sidered in the province, he said. The workshop was chaired by Sister Ann Marie Cummings, director of the LCC BCbool rf nursing. University of Lethbridge "GENESIS 72" Friday, Sept. 22 p.m. a.m. Physical Education and Fine Arts Bldg. 2 BIG "Bogus Boogie Band" BANDS "Biliie Also featuring folk singers Bonnie Jean and Denise Dobek TICKETS 51.50 EACH On sale at Doug's Music and Sports, Marcel's Smoke Shop, Leisters Music, Musidand, end Statutory Grape., Also available from 31 South Alberta Outlets. The Lethbridge branch of the Committee for an Independent Canada will poll all local fed- eral candidates on their views nationalism, a CIC director says. Carol WatHnson, secretary of the local CIC, said question- naires and interviews will be used to solicit opinions from the four political candidates in the Lethbridge race. Mrs. Watkinson, just back from a national fourilay meet- ing of the CIC in Edmonton, said results of the candidate poll will be publicized. She described tho meeting In Edmonton as say- ing "high-quality people from Newfoundland to Vancouver Is- land took part. We were all deeply concerned about Cana- dian independence, but not in a strident, radical way." A meeting of the local CIC Is expected, likely this week, after which candidates will be approached for their opinions on a variety of nationalism is- sues. Opening schedule for university Add friends Alpha Tlie University of p.m. (Physical education bridge has a wide range fine arts complex) activities planned to lecture by Dr. Claude memorate its official former president of this weekend. Following is University of Toronto. schedule of events and are required. p.m. (Physical education fine arts complex) 2 p.m. (Physical banquet with Premier and fine arts complex) Lougheed as featured stallation of Dr. Bill Tickets are re- as president of the U of The ceremony will be ed by presentation of ary degrees to Roloff p.m. lo H p.m. Open Dr. Claude Bissell, Senator Ernest Manning and Chief Judge L. S. Turcotte. By in both the physical education ond fine arts complex and the main academic resi- vitation building. p.m. (Physical p.m. (Outside the main tion amt fine arts complex residence building) This will be an event Unveiling of the statue young people with an of music and a.m. (Outside the physical education and V of L arts complex' The opening ceremonies will take place with Premier Peter Lougheed I p.m. An open house will be held in both Uie physical education attend fine arts complex and main academic official opening of the of Lelhhridge this will hold a special for one fa cully member. Campbell, now a professor of history at the U of L, holds the distinction of being first student to graduate UIB university. Mr. Campbell received his de- during the first convoca- Werner Schmidt, of the U of L in May, 1968. rice-president of the aridge Community left for Winnipeg Tuesday to attend a three-day conference ENDENT he spiraling cost of H. 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