Breaking Through Hand Hygiene & Skin Care Barriers (for Administrators) NAB approval 20200605-1.25-A45307-DL - 1.0 CE

09-26-2018 23:54

Breaking Through Hand Hygiene & Skin Care Barriers (for Administrators) NAB approval 20190605-1.25-A45307-DL
Dr. Visscher discusses the conclusions of her recently published study showing that frequent use of lotions/creams may mitigate the damaging effects of repetitive hand hygiene. She also discusses how intensive treatment of health care workers irritant contact dermatitis may be required to counteract the skin compromise and minimize the negative impact on infection control. The course education will be followed by the post-test. A score of 80% or higher on the post-test is required to earn CE credit. 

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