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Improving hand hygiene performance in a surgical ICU: a novel method for data collection to change physician behavior

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Mentions: Overall compliance by physicians was 82.1%, for nonphysicians was 84.8%. Feedback to physicians, individually and by service, dramatically increased hand hygiene compliance, defined as both on entry and exit from the patient room, over the study period. See Figure 1.


Improving hand hygiene performance in a surgical ICU: a novel method for data collection to change physician behavior
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Mentions: Overall compliance by physicians was 82.1%, for nonphysicians was 84.8%. Feedback to physicians, individually and by service, dramatically increased hand hygiene compliance, defined as both on entry and exit from the patient room, over the study period. See Figure 1.

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