Published and peer-reviewed abstract: How good is the hand hygiene of surgeons? A data-driven strategy for long-term behavioral change

Sani nudge Medical Director Dr. Marco Bo Hansen’s research has been featured in an November 2020 study as published in the Federation of Infection Societies and Healthcare Infection Society (FIS/HIS) abstract supplement titled “How good is the hand hygiene of surgeons? A data-driven strategy for long-term behavioral change.”

The study aims to test the effect of visual nudges and performance feedback on surgeons using anonymised data from an automated monitoring system, in this case the Sani nudge hand hygiene solution. 

Request a copy of the abstract and see the results at the link below.

If you are curious to know more about infection prevention and how to avoid spread of pathogens, do not hesitate to contact the Sani nudge team.

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