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Does Hand Hygiene Hompliance Increase among Staff Members Aware of a Population of Immuno-Compromised Patients
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DOES HAND HYGIENE COMPLIANCE INCREASE AMONG STAFF MEMBERS AWARE OF A POPULATION OF IMMUNOCOMPROMISED PATIENTS? Identification of, and Rationale for, the Research, Including a Brief Critical Review of Appropriate Literature: Recognizing a worldwide need to develop hand hygiene in health care services, the World Health Organization (WHO) introduced its rules on Hand Hygiene in Health Care.
This Challenge is an international reality: no clinic, no hospital, no health-care system, no health post and no dispensary can presently say that compliance with hand hygiene suggestions is not an issue. “WHO Guidelines for Hand Hygiene in Health Care prepared with the help of more than 100 international experts, are in the testing and implementation phases in different parts of the world. Pilot sites range from modern, high-technology hospitals in developed countries to remote dispensaries in resource-poor villages” (World Alliance for Patient Safety: Who Guidelines on Hand Hygiene in Health Care (Advanced Draft); A Summary 2005, p. 5). In October 2005, the World Health Organization (WHO) launched the campaign for hand hygiene importance worldwide, with the theme “Clean Care Is Safer Care” (Patient Safety 2012) as part of the Hand Hygiene Health Care draft. This program has already caused many people and organizations to participate, the Ministries of Health from 124 countries agreed to collaborate to lower infection due to poor hand hygiene and support the efforts of WHO. (Allegranzi et al. 2009). ...
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