Ashford & St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Trust launches SureWash

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Ashford & St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Trust launches SureWash

Following a one month rental of the SureWash Training unit, the Ashford & St Peter’s Hospitals Trust are now using the system as a new innovation to promote good hand hygiene technique and are also exploring other creative ways of utilising SureWash as part of their infection prevention and control programme!
Linda Towey, the Trust’s Consultant Nurse in Infection Prevention and Control, said: “The drive to cut hospital infections like MRSA and C.difficile has been highly successful but, for continued success, we have to ensure that everyone in contact with patients is trained in correct and effective hand hygiene techniques and uses them every time they wash their hands. It should be second nature and that’s what this unit helps them to achieve.
“The beauty of it is that it goes into wards and departments so that doctors, nurses and other staff can train and assess themselves when it is convenient rather than in a classroom at some set time.”

 

Linda Towey, Consultant Nurse, Infection Control & Prevention, Ashford & St Peter’s Foundation NHS Trust

Linda Towey, Consultant Nurse, Infection Control & Prevention, Ashford & St Peter’s Foundation NHS Trust

Everyone wants a go – Linda and Catriona McLean, Business Development Manager, Bio-Rite shows Katie Eidens, Associate Director of Nursing, Chief Nurse Suzanne Rankin and Heather Caudle Deputy Chief Nurse – Associate Director of Quality how SureWash works

Everyone wants a go – Linda and Catriona McLean, Business Development Manager, Bio-Rite shows Katie Eidens, Associate Director of Nursing, Chief Nurse Suzanne Rankin and Heather Caudle Deputy Chief Nurse – Associate Director of Quality how SureWash works

 

2018-04-18T19:21:10+00:00 August 25th, 2014|Hand Hygiene, Hand Washing, Patient Safety, Uncategorized|