Rita Bahuguna Joshi

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BACKGROUND Health care or biomedical waste, if not managed properly, can be of high risk to the hospital staff, the patients, the community, public health and the environment, especially in low and middle income settings where proper disposal norms are often not followed. Our aim was to explore perceptions of staff of an Indian rural tertiary care teaching(More)
In this new economy talent, ideas, energy and decision making power to employees are key to ultimate success of business. Employee provides benefit to business in some manner as the other tangible and intangible resources. Every company extended handsome salary and different benefits to the employees to retain them in competitive world. Prosperous companies(More)
AIM To describe self-reported practices and assess knowledge and attitudes regarding hand hygiene among healthcare workers in a rural Indian teaching hospital. SETTING A rural teaching hospital and its associated medical and nursing colleges in the district of Ujjain, India. METHOD The study population consisted of physicians, nurses, teaching staff,(More)
BACKGROUND Appropriate hand hygiene is a gold standard to combat healthcare associated infections (HAIs). The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended alcohol based hand rub (ABHR) as the most effective tool to maintain hand hygiene. In resource poor settings commercially available ABHR is not "economically accessible". The objectives of this study(More)
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