“We have to clean ourselves to ensure that our children are healthy and beautiful”: findings from a qualitative assessment of a hand hygiene poster in rural Uganda

@inproceedings{Harrison2019WeHT,
  title={“We have to clean ourselves to ensure that our children are healthy and beautiful”: findings from a qualitative assessment of a hand hygiene poster in rural Uganda},
  author={Beverly L. Harrison and C. Ogara and Melissa Gladstone and Enitan D Carrol and John N Dusabe-Richards and Antonieta Medina-Lara and J Ditai and Andrew D Weeks},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2019}
}
BackgroundNeonatal sepsis is a major cause of mortality worldwide, with most deaths occurring in low-income countries. The World Health Organisation (WHO) ‘5 Moments for Hand Hygiene’ poster has been used to reduce hospital-acquired infections, but there is no similar tool to prevent community-acquired newborn infections in low-resource settings. This assessment, part of the BabyGel Pilot study, evaluated the acceptability of the ‘Newborn Moments for Hand Hygiene in the Home’ poster. This was… CONTINUE READING
BETA
8
Twitter Mentions

Similar Papers