Day Seven of Patient Safety Awareness Week. Clean Hands Count.

In the spirit of recognizing that #WeAreAllPatients:

Learn More, Do More

Fact: On average, health care providers clean their hands fewer than half of the times they should.

Action you can take: Join a forum discussion about Tuesday’s Twitter Chat.

Resources to learn more: Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website to see why Clean Hands Count.

 

Vote on yesterday's poll

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The National Patient Safety Foundation salutes Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals for their generous support of this year's Patient Safety Awareness Week and their ongoing commitment to patient and workforce safety.