Maintain the gain: program to sustain performance improvement in environmental cleaning.

@article{Rupp2014MaintainTG,
  title={Maintain the gain: program to sustain performance improvement in environmental cleaning.},
  author={Mark Edmund Rupp and Theresa Fitzgerald and Lee A. Sholtz and Elizabeth Lyden and Philip C Carling},
  journal={Infection control and hospital epidemiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={35 7},
  pages={
          866-8
        }
}
Sustaining performance is a difficult and often overlooked aspect of quality improvement and implementation science. Over a 4-year period, we observed that monthly feedback of performance data in face-to-face meetings with frontline personnel was crucial in maintaining environmental-cleaning effectiveness in adult critical care units. 
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