Abstract Update: Significantly Improved Hand Hygiene Compliance Using Nudging and Performance Feedback Based on Data from an Automated Monitoring System

Hand hygiene compliance (HHC) plays an important role in infection prevention but is often suboptimal. Evidence-based practices to increase and sustain HHC is needed. Clinical researchers aimed to test the effect of nudging and performance feedback on healthcare workers’ HHC using anonymized data from an automated monitoring system.Do you want to know how you can significantly improve hand hygiene compliance using the Sani Nudge system? Request a copy of the Abstract and see the results at the link below.

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