The University of Nottingham has produced a DVD aimed at patients, healthcare workers and hospital visitors, which is being shown on plasma screens and bedside televisions in wards. The video outlines the importance of hand hygiene, and the practical steps that everyone can take to reduce the chances of damaging infections, such as MRSA and clostridium dificile, being passed to patients by healthcare workers and visitors. It's aimed at patients, healthcare workers and hospital visitors, and will also be useful for health care students in preparation for practice.
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Video transcript (Rich Text Format, 31kb)
This video was produced as a DVD for use in hospitals and healthcare centres in Nottingham University NHS Trust. Content authors were Jacqueline Randle, Heather Wharrad and Richard Windle of the University of Nottingham, Natalie Vaughan of the NHS. Technical development was by Peter Cook (video) and Fred Riley (web).
|Title and link||Description|
|RLO: Hand Hygiene||This reusable learning object outlines the reasons for hand hygiene and practical steps to achieve it via video clips and interactive exercises.|
|Clean Your Hands is a major campaign run by the NHS aimed at all healthcare staff and service users. The website contains a resource area with a range of useful campaign and educational materials.|
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