assessment of hand washing practice and its associated factors

Hand hygiene compliance and associated factors among ...- assessment of hand washing practice and its associated factors ,Nov 26, 2019·Poor hand hygiene compliance is one in all the leading contributory factors to healthcare-associated infections. This is an important source of complications across the continuum of care and poses a serious threat to people admitted to hospitals. However, the magnitude and associated factors of hand hygiene compliance in public primary hospitals were not well investigated in Ethiopia.Assessment of knowledge and practices of healthcare ...practice among healthcare workers. The first step to de-veloping a successful infection control program is to undertake an assessment of existing infection prevention practice [35]. Therefore, this study aimed to assess the knowledge and practice of healthcare workers towards infection prevention and associated factors in healthcare



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Clients who do not have hand washing device is 8.7 times more likely to have poor hygienic practice compared to those who have hand washing device in the house (OR = 8.76 95% CI: 1.00,76.72). Economical reasons for the affordability of soap are associated significantly with hygienic practice (OR = 0.04 95% CI: 0.00, 0.42).

Assessment of knowledge and practices of healthcare ...

Nov 12, 2018·Factors associated with healthcare workers infection prevention practice. In the bivariate analysis, sex, profession, service year, availability of water for hand washing in the healthcare worker’s ward or department, the presence of an infection prevention committee, availability of infection prevention guidelines, and ever having taken taking training on infection prevention were factors ...

Assessment of Nurses Knowledge and Utilization of Evidence ...

practice [7]. Therefore, the Purpose of this study was to assess the knowledge and utilization of evidence-based practice and its associated factors among nurses in selected hospitals of southern nation nationality and peoples of Ethiopia. Material and Method Institutional based cross sectional quantitative study design was

Assessment of Self-Medication Practices and Its Associated ...

Background . Self-medication is the use of drugs to treat self-diagnosed disorders or symptoms or the intermittent or continued use of prescribed drug for chronic or recurrent disease or symptoms, and it is mostly common in developing countries. This study therefore assessed the practice of self-medication among undergraduate students of a private university in Nigeria. <i>Methods</i>.

Assessment of Magnitude of Hand Washing Practice and Its ...

the sanitation condition of household’s especially hand-washing practice of mothers/caretakers and its determining factors. Thus this study was intended to assess Magnitude of hand washing practice and its determinant factors among mothers/caretakers in Aman Sub-City. The findings would be used as a base line data for the next researches.

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Assessment of Knowledge, Attitude, Practice and Associated Factors on Oral Rehydration Salt (ORS) for Diarrhea Treatment Among Mothers of Under Five Children in Serbo Town, South West Ethiopia, 2015: A Community- Based Cross-Sectional Study

Assessment of Self-Care Practice and Its Associated ...

ANOVA and Chi–square tests were used to exam the association between self-care practice and clinical and behavioral factors. Spearman’s rho correlation was used to examine the relation between self-care practice and control of glycemia. Results: The patients' self-care practice was good in 15.1%, moderate in 58.7%, and poor in 26.2%.

Assessment of water, sanitation, and hygiene practices and ...

Aug 19, 2015·Factors associated with sanitation and hygiene status in the district of Lalo. The operational definitions of improved sanitation, good hygiene practices were based on the WHO/UNICEF 2013 report on WASH [], as describe in the method section.Based on theses operational definitions, the Tables 4 and 5 show the results of the multivariate analysis of factors associated with sanitation.

Factors influencing hand washing behaviour in primary ...

Abstract. This article explores factors that may influence hand washing behaviour among pupils and staff in primary schools. A qualitative process evaluation within a cluster randomized controlled trial included pupil focus groups (n = 16, aged 6–11 years), semi-structured interviews (n = 16 teachers) and observations of hand washing facilities (n = 57).

Assessment of water, sanitation, and hygiene practice and ...

Information about the open-access article 'Assessment of water, sanitation, and hygiene practice and associated factors among people living with HIV/AIDS home based care services in Gondar city, Ethiopia' in DOAJ. DOAJ is an online directory that indexes and provides access to quality open access, peer-reviewed journals.

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Diarrhoea with water status; educational status and latrine availability with sanitation status; and hand washing device availability and economical reasons for the affordability of soap with hygienic practice were significantly associated. Economical reasons and hygiene education were factors that affect water, sanitation, and hygienic practice.

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Hand washing practice at critical times and its associated factors among mothers of under five children in Debark town, northwest Ethiopia, 2018.pdf Available via license: CC BY Content may be ...

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J prev med hyg 2009; 50: 19-25 Original article Assessment of knowledge, attitude and practice of hand washing among health care workers in Ain Shams University hospitals in Cairo K.M. Abd Elaziz, I.M. Bakr Community, Environmental and Occupational Medicine Department, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt Key words Hand washing • Health care workers • Knowledge ...

Assessment of Magnitude of Hand Washing Practice and Its ...

the sanitation condition of household’s especially hand-washing practice of mothers/caretakers and its determining factors. Thus this study was intended to assess Magnitude of hand washing practice and its determinant factors among mothers/caretakers in Aman Sub-City. The findings would be used as a base line data for the next researches.

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assessment of hand washing practice, ... 18.69)] and a good knowledge [AOR = 2.98, 95% CI (1.92, 4.60)] were significantly associated factors with hand washing practice at critical times ...

A STUDY TO ASSESS THE HAND HYGIENE PRACTICES …

transmission. Evidenced based guidelines for HCWs, hand hygiene practice exist, but compliance with these are internationally low. (Creedon, 2005). Transmission of microorganisms from the hands of HCWs is the main source of cross infection in hospital and can be prevented by hand washing. Compliance with hand washing is moderate.

Assessment of hand hygiene facilities and staff compliance ...

Feb 11, 2020·The burden of healthcare-associated infection (HAI) is 2 to 18 times higher in developing countries. However, few data are available regarding infection prevention and control (IPC) process indicators in these countries. We evaluated hand hygiene (HH) facilities and compliance amongst healthcare workers (HCW) in a 600-bed healthcare facility in Northcentral Nigeria providing tertiary …

Hand washing practice at critical times and its associated ...

Sep 13, 2019·Hand washing practice at critical times and its associated factors among mothers of under five children in Debark town, northwest Ethiopia, 2018. Dagne H(1), Bogale L(2), Borcha M(2), Tesfaye A(2), Dagnew B(3).

A STUDY TO ASSESS THE HAND HYGIENE PRACTICES …

transmission. Evidenced based guidelines for HCWs, hand hygiene practice exist, but compliance with these are internationally low. (Creedon, 2005). Transmission of microorganisms from the hands of HCWs is the main source of cross infection in hospital and can be prevented by hand washing. Compliance with hand washing is moderate.

Hand washing practice at critical times and its associated ...

Sep 13, 2019·Hand washing practice at critical times and its associated factors among mothers of under five children in Debark town, northwest Ethiopia, 2018. Dagne H(1), Bogale L(2), Borcha M(2), Tesfaye A(2), Dagnew B(3).

Hand washing practice at critical times and its associated ...

Hand washing practice at critical times and its associated factors among mothers of under five children in Debark town, northwest Ethiopia, 2018 Henok Dagne1*, Laekemariam Bogale1, Muluneh Borcha1, Anley Tesfaye1 and Baye Dagnew2 Abstract Background: The burden of communicable diseases within developing countries is mainly influenced by poor

Hand washing practice at critical times and its associated ...

Hand washing practice at critical times and its associated factors among mothers of under five children in Debark town, northwest Ethiopia, 2018 Henok Dagne1*, Laekemariam Bogale1, Muluneh Borcha1, Anley Tesfaye1 and Baye Dagnew2 Abstract Background: The burden of communicable diseases within developing countries is mainly influenced by poor

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Prevalence of Undernutrition and Its Associated Factors ...

Background . Malnutrition is the major public health problem over the world. Developing countries are highly affected. Asian and Sub-Saharan African countries, including Ethiopia, contribute the highest of all. The main aim of this study was to assess the prevalence of undernutrition and its associated factors among children below five years of age.<i> Methods</i>.