Educational CD-ROM Develops Hand Hygiene Literacy


AKRON, Ohio -- GOJO Industries, a long-time innovator in hand hygiene and skin care products, introduces the first Hand Hygiene Desk Reference to integrate information on major elements impacting hand hygiene decisions and practice into a single, accessible resource. The Hand Hygiene Desk Reference provides a tool for healthcare and infection control professionals to review compliance information and developing topics in a user-friendly format.

"The Hand Hygiene Desk Reference is a compilation of information on compliance policies, practices, and regulatory issues," said Patty Taylor, vice president of ealthcare at GOJO.  "It features a section of briefings on specific pathogens and the hand hygiene and disinfection challenges they can present."

The Hand Hygiene Desk Reference also offers downloadable educational and awareness-building materials, as well as links to other resources and organizes the information into a convenient first stop for developing policy or training material.

Ask your GOJO Healthcare representative for more information on the Hand Hygiene Desk Reference. To learn about other GOJO Healthcare products and programs, visit

Source: GOJO Industries


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