The Science of Compliance

Thursday, November 17, 2016 | 1:00pm - 2:00pm CT

Effective hospital infection prevention programs must combine a successful hand hygiene program with a comprehensive environmental hygiene program. Traditional approaches to improve compliance with these horizontal infection prevention measures often target only selected pathogens or applications and usually come with a high cost. In this presentation, join Linda Homan, RN, BSN, CIC as she discusses the impact of non-compliance with hand hygiene and environmental hygiene, reviews human behavior models that influence compliance and offers methods to encourage and measure compliance in order to drive improved outcomes.

Learning Points:

  • Describe the Impact of Non-Compliance with Environmental Hygiene and Hand Hygiene
  • Discuss Theories and Methods to Promote Compliance
  • Review Methods to Measure Compliance