Become a Hand Hygiene Reviewer

Infection Prevention & Control

Be part of team 100% hand hygiene by volunteering to become a hand hygiene reviewer. It’s a small commitment that can make a big difference by helping prevent the spread of infections and protecting both patients and staff.

Why become a hand hygiene reviewer? Here are some considerations:

Your Expertise Matters

As a healthcare professional, your knowledge and experience are crucial in maintaining high standards of patient safety in the clinical environments in which you are familiar. By becoming a reviewer for hand hygiene tracking, you can contribute to creating a safer environment for everyone at AHS.

Make a Difference

Hand hygiene is a critical component of patient and staff safety, and infection prevention. By actively participating as an AHS hand hygiene reviewer, you have the power to make a tangible impact on reducing healthcare-associated infections and improving patient outcomes. You also impact the safety of your colleagues in exposure to communicable diseases.

Enhance Communication and Collaboration

Becoming a reviewer allows you to engage with other healthcare professionals and foster collaboration. By sharing your insights and best practices, you can contribute to the continuous improvement of hand hygiene protocols at your site and across AHS.

Professional Development

Participating as a reviewer offers an opportunity for professional growth. By actively assessing and evaluating hand hygiene practices, you can enhance your knowledge and skills while gaining a deeper understanding of infection prevention strategies. The IPC Program provides high quality initial training and ongoing support to reviewers.

Be a Leader

By taking on the role of a reviewer, you are a leader within your healthcare setting. Your commitment to ensuring the highest standards of hand hygiene sets an example for your colleagues and inspires a culture of excellence.

Recognition and Appreciation

Your efforts as a reviewer will be acknowledged and appreciated. Your dedication to patient safety and infection prevention will be recognized by hospital leadership, colleagues, and the community, highlighting your commitment to excellence.

Continuous Improvement

Hand hygiene tracking is an ongoing process aimed at continuous improvement. By becoming an AHS hand hygiene reviewer, you become an integral part of this journey, contributing to the implementation of evidence-based practices and ensuring a safer environment for patients, staff, and visitors.

Teamwork and Unity

By becoming a reviewer, you actively participate in a collaborative effort to maintain the highest standards of hand hygiene. Together with your colleagues, you form a united front in the fight against healthcare-associated infections.

More Info

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We also want to remind staff to continue to use Routine Practices and Additional Precautions as required by the IPC Risk Assessment to make personal protective equipment (PPE) decisions when working with patients.