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An electronic system to increase compliance with hand hygiene rules and clinical tests which demonstrated the function and acceptability of the system are described.
Optimizing heath care services for seniors in emergency departments (ED) is a core component of the “Senior Friendly Hospital Approach” being implemented in Quebec. We measured the availability of… (More)
Transmisssion of infection within healthcare institutions is a significant threat to patients and staff. One of the most effective means of prevention is good hand hygiene. A research team at Toronto… (More)
Ozan Akca C. L. Akman D. Alfery B. Allaria Y. Z. Al-Tamimi Steen Andreassen J. Ansermino A. Aymen J. H. Bahk Sebastiaan Bartels L. Barvais Jason Bates F. J. Belda Karim Bendjelid Stephane Bibian… (More)
Technology Evaluation in the Elderly Network (TVN) was funded in July 2012 under the Canadian Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE) program, to develop, rigorously evaluate , and ethically… (More)
s from all researchers who are engaged with the seriously ill, frail elderly. Authors: John Muscedere1 MD, Sarah Grace Bebenek2 MSc, Denise Stockley PhD2, Laura Kinderman2 PhD, and Carol Barrie1 CPA,… (More)
We describe the details of the latest generation of hand hygiene (HH) monitoring and reminding system developed at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute and present the summary of the pilot clinical tests.