Kristie Howlett on Patient Hand Wiping in an Oncology Unit

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Kristie Howlett from the Sutter Roseville Medical Center on the Importance of Patient Hand Wiping

Kristie Howlett, MS, RN, CNS, AOCNS® from the Sutter Roseville Medical Center describes the push for healthcare workers to wash their hands but she mentions that the information to offer incentive for patients to wash their hands is lacking. From her research she examined possible solutions to help increase patient hand washing.

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