Handwashing practice in nurse education
Elliott, P. R. 1996. Handwashing practice in nurse education. Professional Nurse. 1 (6), pp. 359-360.
|Authors||Elliott, P. R.|
Handwashing is the single most important clinical procedure. There is a discrepancy between nurses' knowledge of handwashing and their practice. The selection of an appropriate teaching method is important and should be reflected within the curriculum.
|Keywords||Handwashing; Hand washing; Nursing|
|Journal citation||1 (6), pp. 359-360|
|Publisher||Austen Cornish Publishers|
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|Deposited||14 Jul 2022|
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