Wash Your Hands!!! (No Seriously)
Authors: Becky Battle, Leahanna Ceniceros, Daniel Kipp, Kristina Kirk, Heather Forester, Kesha Moore, Emilee Parrish, and Charis Wiggins
Ashley Barnes, MSN, RN, CNE
Community Partner: College of Coastal Georgia Human Resources Division
Avoidance and transmission of harmful microbes can be prevented through handwashing. Hand hygiene is regarded as the most important element of infection control. Scientific evidence supports the observation that if properly implemented, hand hygiene can significantly reduce the risk of cross-transmission of infection.