On 5th May 2018, the World Health Organisation is leading a campaign. This is to raise awareness in the importance of cleaning your hands. The Save Lives, Clean Your Hands campaign focuses on hand hygiene to help reduce the risk of sepsis and other infections. As 5th May 2018 is world hand hygiene day, it is the perfect time to highlight the risk of sepsis. Furthermore, the day shows how effective hand hygiene can help to prevent the spread of infections.
A key focus of Save Lives, Clean Your Hands
Sepsis affects 30 million people worldwide, every year. With this in mind, this year’s world hand hygiene day brings great awareness to the infection. Hand hygiene plays a significant role in reducing the risk of sepsis. This is why everyone in the health industry should adopt the approach of Save Lives, Clean Your Hands to help prevent sepsis.
The World Health Organisation has set vital calls to action for the Save Lives, Clean Your Hands campaign. One is a call to healthcare leaders to champion hand hygiene and make sure it is a priority. Another focus is that five moments of hand cleaning which can help to prevent sepsis in the healthcare sector.
Infection Control training
Worryingly, over 300,000 people develop a healthcare-associated infection every year. This can appear from many factors including cross-contamination and hand washing. Practising proper infection prevention is essential in the healthcare industry. At VideoTile, we offer training providers a fully branded Infection Control online course.
Infection Control training is a critical aspect of the healthcare industry as it details the applicable legislation. Furthermore, the course also covers various microorganisms and the chain of infection. Training also offers the best practice approach in regards to hand hygiene and, therefore, reducing the risk of infection.
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If you would like to receive a free trial of our valuable Infection Control online course, get in touch with the team at VideoTile and help with the campaign to save lives, clean your hands.