Hand Hygiene

Proper hand hygiene is the number one way to prevent the spread of infection. Everyone—healthcare professionals, patients, residents, families, and volunteers—should clean their hands thoroughly and at appropriate times to prevent the spread of disease.

Technical Review & Assessment of PURELL Healthcare CRT HEALTHY SOAP

Nationally and internationally-recognized hand hygiene guidelines permit healthcare facilities to choose whether to use an antimicrobial or a non-antimicrobial soap....

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The GOJO Guide to Fire Safety and Alcohol-Based Hand Rubs

Ensuring compliance to fire codes and fire safety regulations can be confusing for healthcare facilities due to the many different...

Optimal Skin pH and Why It Matters

Healthy skin is fundamental to our overall health. As the largest organ in our body, the skin provides a critical...

Antiseptic Stewardship: A Call to Action

The use of commercially available topical and surface antiseptics has increased as a result of antibiotic resistance and the antimicrobial...

Unraveling the Mystery of The Joint Commission Survey: What is the Expectation Around Hand Hygiene?

Hand hygiene in healthcare settings is complex and building a high-quality hand hygiene program isn’t easy. Since 2004, The Joint...

Improving Hand Hygiene Compliance with Innovative Technology and Increased Accountability

Hand hygiene compliance continues to be a challenge in U.S. hospitals, yet it is still the most effective way to...

Advancing the profession: An updated future-oriented competency model for professional development

Learn how the APIC Competency Model Revision Task Force developed a revised competency model. The focus of the Competency Model...

Hand Hygiene Indications & Product Placement Guide for Intraoperative Settings

Hand hygiene in the perioperative setting is unique due to the multiple hand hygiene products used for different purposes. An...

The Ultimate Guide to Healthy Hands

Skin irritation is often cited as a barrier to hand hygiene compliance. Lack of awareness of the true causes of...