Best practices for measuring hand hygiene compliance
While celebrating Global Handwashing Day in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of hand hygiene can’t be understated. Proper practice of hand hygiene helps to limit the risk of infection, yet not all healthcare workers consistently adhere the standards when and where they should. To increase compliance across healthcare settings, not just during this crisis but in the long term, we first need an accurate understanding of how well healthcare workers are complying today.
October 15, 2020
Jay Hamilton-Roque, BSN, RN, TNS, CEN
Jay Hamilton-Roque is a certified emergency nurse and trauma nurse specialist, as well as a Clinical Program Development Manager at Medline.View All Stories From This Author
Shawn Scott is an expert in post-acute quality care and serves as Medline’s senior vice president of strategic business development for the post-acute segment.View All Stories From This Author