Hand Washing In-Service

Welcome to your Hand Washing In-Service

As a healthcare worker, your hands are exposed to bacteria through:
Healthcare workers do not comply with proper hand washing practices because of:
The average time it takes to wash your hands using soap and water is:
Healthcare workers are exposed to bacteria and germs on a daily basis. One of the resistant germs we are exposed to is:
The 2002 CDC hand washing guideline recommends healthcare workers to:
The CDC hand washing guideline was meant to:
The CDC recommends washing your hands with soap and water:
To effectively wash your hands with soap and water, you should perform all the following, EXCEPT:
The CDC recommends washing your hands with an alcohol-base hand cleaner:
To effectively wash your hands with an alcohol-base hand cleaner, the following should be followed:

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