Hand-washing rates increase where monitors are stationed, study finds

07/10/2014 | Healthcare Informatics online

Hand-washing rates increased threefold at stations where an auditor was visible, according to a study in the BMJ Quality & Safety Journal. Using an electronic monitoring hand hygiene system, researchers tracked hand-washing among 60 volunteers and found they were more likely to wash their hands in hallways when auditors were stationed there.

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