Overcoming the Obstacles: Improving Hand Hygiene Compliance
Program Overview:

Hand hygiene is the single most important and effective practice healthcare professionals can do to prevent the spread of microorganisms that cause HAIs!

Learning Objective:To acknowledge the obstacles that keep clinicians from cleaning their hands and present ways to overcome those obstacles.

Clinicians who work in healthcare MUST perform hand hygiene in order to prevent infections in their patients. And yet even now, years after the release of the CDCs Hand Hygiene Guideline, compliance is still abysmally low.

Are you hearing these common excuses?

  • Im so busy I just forget / I dont have time!
  • I have to go in and out of patient rooms all the time. I cant stop outside every room and wash!
  • I wear gloves all the time for my job, so I dont need to do hand hygiene.
  • Im confused about when to wash with soap and water and when to use an alcohol hand rub.
  • The dispensers arent conveniently located, or they are empty or broken!
  • How can I perform hand hygiene before going into the patients room if my hands are full?
  • My hands are chapped and hurt from frequent hand hygiene, so I dont do it any more than I have to.
  • I AM cleaning my hands when Im supposed to! (No, youre not!)

This important program acknowledges the obstacles that keep clinicians from cleaning their hands, and presents ways to overcome them. This education complements new initiatives by the Joint Commission, The World Health Organization, and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement in order to improve hand hygiene compliance, while at the same time informing clinicians on the important facts contained in the CDCs Hand Hygiene Guideline.


Use this program for:
  • New Employee Orientation
  • Annual In-Service
  • Nursing Education
  • Remedial/Risk Reduction Training
  • General Staff Education
  • Medical Staff

 

 


Price: $145.00 USD

Product ID: ENV021
Year: 2011
Duration: 12:00 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Infection Control
 
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