Kristie Howlett on her Patient Hand Wiping Trial

Kristie Howlett, MS, RN
Published: Tuesday, Jul 26, 2011

Kristie Howlett, MS, RN, CNS, AOCNS®, from Sutter Roseville Medical Center, describes that after a baseline assessment there was only a 30% usage rate of the hand wipes among patients. In order to increase use the study focused on increasing education by creating posters, brochures, and increasing one-on-one education.
Kristie Howlett, MS, RN, CNS, AOCNS®, from Sutter Roseville Medical Center, describes that after a baseline assessment there was only a 30% usage rate of the hand wipes among patients. In order to increase use the study focused on increasing education by creating posters, brochures, and increasing one-on-one education.

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