Evaluation of compliance to the "5 Moments of Hand Hygiene" among nurses in Pretoria hospitals
Thabiso Bale, Magister Technologiae: Nursing; Tendani Sara Ramukumba, D Tech Nursing; Msc Nursing -- Adelaide Tambo School of Nursing Science., Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa
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The study was about establishing the baseline compliance on the 5 moments of hand hygiene. The results showed that nurses in the selected hospitals have inadequate compliance to this World Health Organization guideline.
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