Optimising infection prevention and control practice using behavior change: a systematic review

Abstract

Methods This review used a systematic process to assess the effectiveness of intervention studies focused on behaviour change within IPC and the extent to which BT or SM has been applied. Exploratory studies that seek to understand influences on HCWs behaviour in IPC were reviewed. We searched MEDLINE, EMBASE, ASSIA, Business Source Complete, The Cochrane Library, PsycINFO, DARE and HMIC for studies performed between 1999-2009.

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@inproceedings{Edwards2011OptimisingIP, title={Optimising infection prevention and control practice using behavior change: a systematic review}, author={Rachel S. Edwards and Esmita Charani and Nick Sevdalis and Banos Alexandrou and Eleanor Sibley and David Mullett and H L Loveday and L N Drumright and A. H. Holmes}, year={2011} }