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Why it is relevant to the issues discussed in the Balas and Boren (2000) article.

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Why it is relevant to the issues discussed in the Balas and Boren (2000) article.

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Balas & Boren article Find a scientific article related to Balas & Boren (2000) Why it is relevant to the student’s current or future area of healthcare practice, (Nursing hospital care) Why it is relevant to the issues discussed in the Balas and Boren (2000) article.

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Hand Washing Student Name: Institutional Affiliation: Date: Introduction Hand hygiene is one of the goals of the WHO’s “clean care is safe care” initiative and one of the key initiatives set out by the World Alliance for Patient Safety’s Global Patient Safety Challenge. The hands of the health care givers are the most common route of transmission of microorganisms from patient to patient and from the patient to the environment (Curtis, Scott, & Cardosi, 2005). While delivering health care, the health care provider’s hands are continuously in contact with the surfaces and the substances such as intact or non-intact skin and even mucous membrane. These hands can facilitate the spread of the microbes

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