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Presentations from the HHNZ hand hygiene workshop

19 Jul 2023

Presentations from the Health Quality & Safety Commission and Hand Hygiene New Zealand's half-day workshop on hand hygiene, held in Auckland on 15 October 2017.

Dr Sally Roberts
National HHNZ and IPC Clinical Lead, Health Quality & Safety Commission
Opening remarks / overview
Session one: Sustaining and spreading hand hygiene improvement
Nikki Grae
IPC Specialist, Health Quality & Safety Commission
Why spread is important
Carmel Hurley-Watts
Nurse Coordinator, Canterbury DHB 
The Canterbury DHB hand hygiene improvement journey
Carolyn Clissold
Clinical Nurse Specialist, IPC, Capital & Coast DHB
How to spread hand hygiene improvement
Lynette Drew
Quality Improvement Advisor, Health Quality & Safety Commision
Workshop activity 1
Session two: Effective engagement across organisations 
Jenny Parr
Director of Patient Care, Chief Nurse and Allied Health Professions, Counties Manukau Health
Keynote speech: Effective engagement across organisations
Liz Bryce
Clinical Nurse Specialist, IPC, Counties Manukau Health
Hand hygiene in the ICU and dialysis environments
Rohit Maharaj
Nurse, Waitemata DHB
Achieving Hand Hygiene compliance in the Cardiovascular Unit (presentation not available)
Session three: Comparing apples with apples 
Nikki Grae
IPC Specialist, Health Quality & Safety Commision
Are we comparing apples with apples?
Lynette Drew
Quality Improvement Advisor, Health Quality & Safety Commision
Workshop activity 2
Session four: Using data for improvement 
Miriam Vollweiler
IPC Nurse, Mercy Hospital, Dunedin
Using data for improvement
Andrea Flynn
Project Manager, Health Quality & Safety Commision

Published: 19 Jul 2023 Modified: 19 Jul 2023