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9 Oct 2014

IPS 2014 – The Highlights!

Ashford & St Peter's Linda Towey speaking with others interested in SureWash    Incumbent President of IPS, Heather Loveday, with the SureWash Team at the annual conference in Glasgow  Professor Grahame Ayliffe, who developed the Ayliffe Technique (a.k.a WHO recommended technique) which forms the basis of the technique SureWash trains users in.  Professor Didier Pittet discusses the importance of hand hygiene technique training with Invention Preventionists attending the Conference


Some of the highlights of the IPS 2014 conference included a visit from Professor Grahame Ayliffe, he of the Ayliffe Technique which the World Health Organization use as their recommended hand hygiene technique (bottom left). Ashford & St Peter’s Linda Towey also took time to talk about their SureWash experience (top left). Incoming IPS President Professor Heather Loveday dropped by to say hello (top right) and Professor Didier Pittet always welcomes an opportunity to discuss technique and good hand hygiene.

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