In other situations, some resources may be available but does not factor into consideration nature of hand washing requirements. The objective is addressing leadership requirements in which the management is supposed to provide these resources.
Awareness and knowledge by the health care providers –Health care providers may lack the knowledge on how to tackle hygiene related issues. For example, some health providers do not wash their hands after transferring patients between departments/wards (Takahashi & Turale, 2010). In addressing this issue, policy should be formulated and implemented that informs the health care providers on importance of properly washing their hands after accomplishing health related requirement.
Encouragement on hands washing rather than wearing gloves –it is appropriate to determine whether it is necessary in any situation for health care providers to wear gloves (Takahashi & Turale, 2010). It constitutes practice inquiry whereby the research tries to quantify when and necessity of wearing gloves vs. when not supposed to wear the