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19 Sep 2014

Visit SureWash at Infection Prevention Society Conference in Glasgow

Interest is high in technique training for hand hygiene! Everyone wants to see it in action.

Interest is high in technique training for hand hygiene! Everyone wants to see it in action.

SureWash are attending our fourth IPS Annual Conference in Glasgow later this month. Preparations are well under way and we hope to see lots of activity not only our own stand (#65) but also on those of our UK distributors, H&R Medical and Sentra Medical Ltd. The conference is a great opportunity to show what is happening in hand hygiene technique training. With another paper published about the importance of training to the WHO hand hygiene guidelines, SureWash is looking forward to meeting not only our current customers from the NHS but also new ones!

Delegates can see for themselves how their technique measures up!

Even "The Germ Guy" aka Jason Tetro has tried out our hand hygiene technique training

Even “The Germ Guy” aka Jason Tetro has tried out our hand hygiene technique training (he passed!)

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