Bundling hand hygiene interventions and measurement to decrease health care-associated infections.

@article{Pincock2012BundlingHH,
  title={Bundling hand hygiene interventions and measurement to decrease health care-associated infections.},
  author={Ted Pincock and Paul R. Bernstein and Shawn Warthman and Elizabeth Holst},
  journal={American journal of infection control},
  year={2012},
  volume={40 4 Suppl 1},
  pages={
          S18-27
        }
}
Proper performance of hand hygiene at key moments during patient care is the most important means of preventing health care-associated infections (HAIs). With increasing awareness of the cost and societal impact caused by HAIs has come the realization that hand hygiene improvement initiatives are crucial to reducing the burden of HAIs. Multimodal strategies have emerged as the best approach to improving hand hygiene compliance. These strategies use a variety of intervention components intended… CONTINUE READING
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