Healthcare hand hygiene training product

SureWash hand hygiene training in healthcare.

Using cutting edge technology to teach the World Health Organization (WHO) hand hygiene technique to healthcare staff, patients and visitors.

SureWash can help improve compliance within your facility by incorporating objective training that is fun, interactive and engaging. Learning is also available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, as repetition of the technique is key to building muscle memory. Multiple studies reinforce that a “practice-rest-repeat” method is the best way to learn a psychomotor skill.

Healthcare hand hygiene training product

SureWash hand hygiene training in healthcare.

Using cutting edge technology to teach the World Health Organization (WHO) hand hygiene technique to healthcare staff, patients and visitors.

SureWash can help improve compliance within your facility by incorporating objective training that is fun, interactive and engaging. Learning is also available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, as repetition of the technique is key to building muscle memory. Multiple studies reinforce that a “practice-rest-repeat” method is the best way to learn a psychomotor skill.

Improve proficiency among healthcare professionals

Is your healthcare facility having difficulty training to proficiency in the WHO hand hygiene technique? Or are you tired of classroom setting training and looking for a more innovative approach to learning? SureWash can help you address these issues and meet the needs of busy work schedules. We deliver quality training around the clock, through the use of artificial intelligence.

Validated Training

The WHO technique is not only difficult to teach, but also learn. As it is a psychomotor skill, learning is best delivered as short bursts over a period of time. Multiple studies have shown that this “practice-rest-repeat’ method is the most effective way to build muscle memory. For instance, a study conducted at Yale Medical School using the SureWash GO examined the amount of training required to reach proficiency. It found that over a five-day period, users take on average 32 hand hygiene training sessions or a total of 23 minutes’ training to develop the skill. Participants were determined to be proficient when they could complete the six-step WHO technique in under 42 seconds. Therefore, SureWash is focused on delivering training which builds muscle memory and engages professionals in a positive learning experience.

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Gamified learning to make training fun, interactive and engaging

Repetition of the technique is critical to learning. Therefore, gamification has been used to make SureWash training fun and engaging. It also enables training to be shifted from the classroom setting into the work environment. These elements combine to encourage repeated training among healthcare professionals. SureWash divides hand hygiene learning into a series of levels, each with a challenge. At the beginning there are lots of prompts and plenty of time to complete each of the six poses. As the learner moves through the levels, the prompts are reduced and the time gets shorter. In the final step, the learner must repeat the technique from memory and the SureWash unit will assess proficiency.

Train patients and visitors in the correct hand hygiene technique

However, SureWash does not only provide healthcare facilities the ability to train employees. SureWash can also be used to train patients and visitors. Engaging this cohort in hand hygiene and its importance can help reduce the spread of infections. Subsequently, SureWash units can be placed anywhere throughout a facility as a promotional tool to encourage engagement in hand hygiene. In addition, the SureWash APP can also support this learning, with training being available from a mobile device. Rather than following instructions on a poster, learning the technique can be interactive, helping to build muscle memory. Therefore, every time you clean your hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub, the WHO technique is automatic.

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Improve proficiency among healthcare professionals

Is your healthcare facility having difficulty training to proficiency in the WHO hand hygiene technique? Or are you tired of classroom setting training and looking for a more innovative approach to learning? We deliver quality training around the clock, through the use of artificial intelligence.

Validated Training

The WHO technique is not only difficult to teach, but also learn. As it is a psychomotor skill, learning is best delivered as short bursts over a period of time. Multiple studies have shown that this “practise-rest-repeat’ method is the most effective way to build muscle memory. For instance, a study conducted at Yale Medical School using the SureWash GO examined the amount of training required to reach proficiency. It found that over a five-day period, users take on average 32 hand hygiene training sessions or a total of 23 minutes’ training to develop the skill. Participants were determined to be proficient when they could complete the six-step WHO technique in under 42 seconds. Therefore, SureWash is focused on delivering training which builds muscle memory and engages professionals in a positive learning experience.

Read our research papers here

Gamified learning to make training fun, interactive and engaging

Repetition of the WHO technique is critical to learning. Therefore, gamification has been used to make SureWash training fun and engaging. It also enables training to be shifted from the classroom setting into the work environment. These elements combine to encourage repeated training among healthcare professionals. SureWash divides hand hygiene learning into a series of levels, each with a challenge. At the beginning there are lots of prompts and plenty of time to complete each of the six poses.  As the learner moves through the levels, the prompts are reduced and the time gets shorter. In the final step, the learner must repeat the technique from memory and the SureWash unit will assess proficiency.

Train patients and visitors in the correct hand hygiene technique

However, SureWash does not only provide healthcare facilities the ability to train employees. SureWash can also be used to train patients and visitors. Engaging this cohort in hand hygiene and its importance can help reduce the spread of infections. Subsequently, SureWash units can be placed anywhere throughout a facility as a promotional tool to encourage engagement in hand hygiene. In addition, the SureWash APP can also support this learning, with training being available from a mobile device. Rather than following instructions on a poster, learning the technique can be interactive, helping to build muscle memory. Therefore, every time you clean your hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub, the WHO technique is automatic.

To make an enquiry click here

SureWash Products

SureWash ELITE

SureWash ELITE hand hygiene training in healthcare

Our largest training unit meaning it has a significant presence in a facility. It is a cart-based system that can be moved between departments at ease.

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SureWash GO

SureWash GO hand hygiene training in healthcare

A smaller unit that is fully portable with its own travel case. It can be placed on any flat surface throughout a healthcare facility.

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SureWash APP

SureWash APP hand hygiene training in healthcare

A mobile application suitable for training non-clinical staff and for patients and visitors. It enables rapid roll-out of training and learning.

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SureWash Products

SureWash ELITE

SureWash ELITE hand hygiene training in healthcare

Our largest training unit meaning it has a significant presence in a facility. It is a cart-based system that can be moved between departments at ease.

Learn More

SureWash GO

SureWash GO hand hygiene training in healthcare

A smaller unit that is fully portable with its own travel case. It can be placed on any flat surface throughout a healthcare facility.

Learn More

SureWash APP

SureWash APP hand hygiene training in healthcare

A mobile application suitable for training non-clinical staff and for patients and visitors. It enables rapid roll-out of training and learning.

Learn More

Audited training records

All of the SureWash systems link to SureWash.Net, an audited training record for both internal use and external inspections. Subsequently, if your facility has multiple SureWash units, it provides you the ability to automate and aggregate data.

In addition, reports can be focused down to an individual level, enabling administrators to evaluate user assessments, pass rates, pose scores and much more. Most importantly, SureWash.Net aims to deliver in-depth analytics from your desktop to help administrators review the overall standard of hand hygiene within a facility.

To view sample reports click here
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Audited training records

All of the SureWash systems link to SureWash.Net, an audited training record for both internal use and external inspections. Subsequently, if your facility has multiple SureWash units, it provides you the ability to automate and aggregate data.

In addition, reports can be focused down to an individual level, enabling administrators to evaluate user assessments, pass rates, pose scores and much more. Most importantly, SureWash.Net aims to deliver in-depth analytics from your desktop to help administrators review the overall standard of hand hygiene within a facility.

To view sample reports click here
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