Clinical driven company with rigorous clinical research

Sani nudge is committed to cutting-edge research conducted with integrity as a way to continuously improve our program.

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Clinical advisory board

The Sani nudge Clinical Advisory Board brings expert knowledge to the table. The Board challenges the current clinical, scientific and strategic focus, provides input into the business case, offers insights to the decision process, network, and gives the Sani nudge solution’s exposure.
clinical advisory

Hans Jørn Kolmos

Professor, Chief Physician of Clinical Microbiology art Odense University Hospital and at the University of Southern Denmark
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Else Smith

 CEO of the Danish Health and Medicine Authority, Board member of the WHO, the ECDC and the EMA, Director at the Danish National Disease Surveillance Institute and CMO of two hospitals. 

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Kjeld Møller Pedersen

Professor, Department of Business and Economics, Microeconomics and Management Science, University of Southern Denmark

Vagn Bach

CEO and CMO of three Danish hospitals (Næstved, Slagelse, Ringsted Hospitals), Anesthesiology.

Clinical Advisory Board

Jannik Hilsted

Chief Medical Officer, Senior Vice President (Patient Care), CMO of Copenhagen University Hospital (Rigshospitalet through 12 years)

Sani nudge published peer-reviewed studies

Published

2020

Light-guided nudging and data-driven performance feedback improve hand hygiene compliance among nurses and doctors​

American Journal of Infection Control 

Published

2020

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

American Journal of Infection Control 

Published

2019

Clinical experiences with a new system for automated hand hygiene monitoring: A prospective observational study​

American Journal of Infection Control 

Published

2020

Automated Hand Hygiene Monitoring Increases The Understanding of Poor Compliance Behaviour: A Prospective Observational Sutdy​

Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control 

Posters

Aarhus University Hospital, Bispebjerg & Frederiksberg Hospitals

Is it time to rethink hand hygiene monitoring?

Aarhus University Hospital, Bispebjerg & Frederiksberg Hospitals

Automated hand hygiene monitoring increases the understanding of poor compliance behavior

Research pipeline

Sani nudge has several cutting-edge research projects in various stages of development with collaborators around the globe

Collaborators

Project

Planning

Data collection

Data analysis

In review

Published

Bispebjerg & Aarhus University Hospitals
Jenny Dahl Knudsen, Svend Ellermann-Eriksen, Anne-Mette Iversen, Marie Stangerup et al.

Light-guided nudging and data-driven performance feedback improve hand hygiene compliance among nurses and doctors.

Published

Bispebjerg & Aarhus University Hospitals 
Jenny Dahl Knudsen, Svend Ellermann-Eriksen, Anne-Mette Iversen, Marie Stangerup et al.

Significantly improved hand hygiene compliance using nudging and performance feedback

Published

University Hospital Mannheim

Alexandra Heninger, Nina Wismath, Evelyn Fritz, et al.

Accessing the clinical accuracy of hand hygiene monitoring systems: Is it time for new standards?

In Review

Technical University of Denmark, Aarhus University Hospitals, & Sølund Nursing Home
COVIDtrace project group

A data-driven modelling of disease transmission and pathways in healthcare workers.

Data Analysis

Sølund Nursing Home 
COVIDtrace project group

Improving hand hygiene in nursing homes. 

Data Collection

Bispebjerg & Frederiksberg Hospitals  
Marie Stangerup, Bente Olesen, Henrik Calum et al.

The effect of nudging in improving hand hygiene compliance

Data Collection

Herning & Holstebro Hospitals 
Susanne Gundersborg, Annette Haagerup et al.

The effect of a single-patient rooms vs. multi-patient rooms on hospital staff’s hand hygiene compliance

Data Collection

Kolding Hospital
Jens Kjølseth Møller, Susanne Kolle, Mette Holst, Annie Rosenfeldt Knudsen et al.

Automated hand hygiene monitoring and interventions to improve hand hygiene compliance

Data Collection

Aarhus University Hospital
Anne-Mette Iversen, Svend Ellermann-Eriksen, Morten Münster, Brian Kristensen et al.

The effect of performance feedback and behaviorally-informed messaging on hand hygiene compliance on healthcare workers

Data Collection

Radboud University Medical Center 
Joost Hopmann, Heiman Wertheim, Amla Tostmann et al.

Improving hand hygiene compliance using automated monitoring systems and regular feedback to healthcare workers

Data Collection

Imperial College NHS Trust Hospitals 
Jon Otter et al.

Implementing and using data actively to reduce the number of hospital-acquired infections and staff sick leave

Data Collection