Transcript: Wash Your Hands By David Taylor RN Brooklyn Greenwood RN Wet hands with running water Lather hands with soap Wash all areas of your hand for about 20 seconds (sing ABCs) Rinse with running water Dry hands with a clean towel After *Changing a diaper * Using the toilet *Blowing your nose, sneezing, or coughing *Touching Garbage *Touching animals or pets * Helping someone who is sick *Touching raw food Before *Eating or drinking *Touching your eyes, nose, mouth, or ears *Preparing food Who wants to play in the mud? Who wants glowing hands? When should you wash your hands? Do you know what is living on your hands? So how do you get rid of the germs?
Transcript: we interviewed 60 people and these are the results.. 5 question survey Research Hailey, Imani, Mackenzie, Abby http://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/ 1.In the United States, hospital patients get nearly 2 million infections each year. That’s about 1 infection for every 20 patients. 2.Hand hygiene is one of the most important ways to prevent the spread of infections 3.The key with hand sanitizers is to use at least a half a teaspoon or enough that it takes 15 to 20 seconds before it's dry. 4.When should you wash your hands? Before, during, and after preparing food Before eating food Before and after caring for someone who is sick Before and after treating a cut or wound After using the toilet After changing diapers or cleaning up a child who has used the toilet After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing After touching an animal or animal waste After handling pet food or pet treats After touching garbage 5.It is estimated that washing hands with soap and water could reduce diarrheal disease-associated deaths by up to 50% http://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/ 1.How often do you wash your hands? 2.Do you use soap or hand sanitizer? 3. Do you use a dryer or paper towels? 4. Do you know how important it is to wash your hands? 5. Do you wash your hands before you eat food? Facts on Hand Washing Hand Washing
Transcript: Infection Factors Staff Role modeling A little history By Victoria Peay Conducted study Good Hope for the future Education What are Nosocomial Infections? Infections Attitudes Nosocomial Brown, L. P. (2011). From the other side of the curtain: the nurse as patient. ABNF Journal, 22(1), 13-14. Duffin, C. (2004). Educate nurses to use gel, say handwashing experts. Nursing Standard, 18(52), 4. Joint Commission Online.(2011) Retrieved from www.jointcommission.com Mathai, E., Allegranzi, B., Seto, W., Chraïti, M., Sax, H., Larson, E., & Pittet, D. (2010). Educating healthcare workers to optimal hand hygiene practices: addressing the need. Infection, 38(5), 349-356. doi:10.1007/s15010-010-0047-7 McNeal, G. J. (2012). The Nurse Faculty Shortage. ABNF Journal, 23(2), 23. Pirie, S. (2010). Hand washing and surgical hand antisepsis. Journal Of Perioperative Practice, 20(5), 169-172. Potter, P., Perry, A., Stockert, P., & Hall, A. (2009).Fundamentals of nursing. (8th ed.). St.Louis: Elsevier Mosby. Preheim, G. J., Armstrong, G. E., & Barton, A. J. (2009). The new fundamentals in nursing: Introducing beginning quality and safety education for nurses' competencies. Journal Of Nursing Education, 48(12), 694-697. Samuel, R. (2007). Promotion of handwashing as a measure of quality of care and prevention of hospital-acquired infections in Eritrea: the Keren study. African Health Sciences, 5(1). Smith, S. (2009). A review of hand-washing techniques in primary care and community settings. Journal Of Clinical Nursing, 18(6), 786-790. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2008.02546.x Snow, T. (2004). Too few to care. Nursing Standard, 18(52), 12-13. Bad Works Cited
Transcript: Hand Washing When should you wash your hands? Before, during, and after preparing food Before eating food Before and after caring for someone who is sick Before and after treating a cut or wound After using the toilet After changing diapers or cleaning up a child who has used the toilet After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing After touching an animal or animal waste After touching garbage
Transcript: Caring for sick Wet your hands with running water (warm or cold) decreasing diseases Handwashing 101 touching animals by, De'shala Muhammad Omar Siddiqui DJ Baker Soap History Eating Why Healthy rinse Cleaning etc. Restrooms Continue rubbing for 2o seconds ( Hum the birthday song from beginning to end twice How Evil Spirits Washing before and after Rub (lather, scrub, backs of hand, between fingers, under nails Make Sure treating a wound preparing meal Live Longer Dry Less Diseases Nose and coughing
Transcript: The Steps to Handwashing Turn on the water. Step 4 Step3 wet your hands with water Step 2 Step 5 Step 1 Grab a towel and use it to turn off the water. Put soap on your hands and rub them toghether while singing happy birthday. Now rinse your hands.
Transcript: Hand Washing: Prevent Disease BRANDI JESSICA JENNY Our Project ERIK Objectives 1)Emphasize the importance of good hand washing for the prevention of disease. 2)Types of diseases you can get from not washing your hands 3)All about Germs 4)Places Germs like to hide 5)Do all people wash their hands? 6)How to wash your hands 7)Good news vs Bad news 8)Song 9)Conclusion 10)Experiment So What ‘s the Big Deal? Importance of good hand washing! Today we are going to give you information about the two most important things that can keep you healthy or make you very sick. They are your hands! There is good news and bad news. The bad news is that people don’t wash their hands or don’t do it well enough to make a difference. THE GOOD NEWS The good news is that proper, thorough handwashing can help you remain healthy and good handwashing is very easy to do. Types of Diseases you can get from not washing your hands! Salmonellosis Epstein-Barr virus Hep A Shigellosis Giardiasis Influenza Food posioning Rotavirus Viral/Bacterial conjunctivitis EriK will tell us all about GERMS! Jessica is it true not all people wash their hands? GROSS GROSS FACT REPORTS SHOW THAT ONLY 60-70% OF PEOPLE WASH THEIR HANDS AFTER DOING THEIR BUSINESS! Important A person has more bacteria on their body than there are people in the United States Erik sum it all up for us please Jenny can you tell us how to wash our hands Germs are hiding everywhere Work desk, Kitchen sink Dishcloth, sponge, Garbage can, Refrigerator, Telephone receiver,Bathroom, doorknob, Keyboards, Escalator handrails,Shopping cart handles, Picnic tables, Pens, pencils and crayons Remote controls, Light switches EVERYWHERE!!!!!!! Experiment time lets see who washes and who doesn't? According to the American Society of Microbiology 97% of females and 92% of males say they wash but actually only 75% of females and 58% of males wash. doodles Jenny will tell us San Francisco Stockholm (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Handwashing (2012, February 8). In Centers for Disease control and Prevention. Retrieved May 4, 2012, from http://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/ Hand washing (2011). Acute Communicable Disease Control. Retrieved from http://www.la publichealth.org/acd/handwashing.htm Livestrong (2010, July 9). Diseases you can get from not washing your hands. Retrieved from http://www.livestrong.com/article/169875-diseases-you-can-get-from-not-washing-your-hands-/ Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety (2011, July 4). Reducing the Risk of Common Infections. Retrieved from http://www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/diseases/washing /_hands.html Hands are the most exposed part of the body to germs How to Wash Hands Jessica will tell us photo frame (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Assets Important Details Resources: Brandi will tell us where germs like to hide (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr notes Budapest Notes (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr outlook details map
Transcript: Why? http://notjustforstoring.blogspot.com/2009/09/promises-promises-germ-warfare.html Handwashing- Don't Give Germs a Hand. (n.d.). Retrieved October 1, 2012, from St. Louis Children's Hospital: http://www.stlouischildrens.org/articles/wellness/handwashing-dont-give-germs-hand Let us learn how to wash hands Healthy People 2020 http://everychildhealthy.com/blog/healthy-lifestyle-for-children Wash your hands http://www.tinytoes.co.uk/index.php/2012/03/07/painting-hands-part-2/ Who wants to learn a hand washing song? http://www.tinytoes.co.uk/index.php/2012/03/07/painting-hands-part-2/ how to wash hands! Let's wash hands one more time! If you can't wash your hands, use hand sanitizer http://blog.lib.umn.edu/meyer769/section16&17/2011/09/does-a-sneeze-mean-disease.html Ewww http://blog.lib.umn.edu/meyer769/section16&17/2011/09/does-a-sneeze-mean-disease.html http://www.planetmarkix.com/stock_illustration_germ_fighter.html "“Simple hand washing with soap helps to protect children from the two biggest global pediatric killers: diarrhea and lower respiratory infection.” (Rosen L., 2009) Wash your hands to stay away from the flu The right way! U.S Department of Health and Human Services: Office of Disease and Health Promotion. (2012 October 5). Healthy People 2020. Retrieved from http://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topicsobjectives2020/default.aspx Everyone who sings the song and washes their hands correctly in the end will get a gift! No one likes to have an upset tummy and a cough! The right way! and that spreads germs “The singing method has two purposes: it helps children know they’ve scrubbed their hands long enough, and it’s a fun way to motivate kids to participate in hand washing.” (Handwashing- Don't Give Germs a Hand) the right way Everybody! It's your turn! Who should wash hands? Good job! "Group activities, such as joining preschool or play groups, increase exposure and subsequently escalate incidence of common contagious illnesses during the time of exposure." (Edelman, 2010, pg. 479) but not everyone knows Rosen L. (2009, March). The effect of a handwashing intervention on preschool educator beliefs, attitudes, knowledge and efficacy . Health Education Research, 24(04), 686-698. doi:doi:10.1093/her/cyp004 Healthy People 2020 Fight the big battle against germs To kill germs! http://www.health.state.nm.us/phd/handwashing.shtml germs attack your body and make you feel sick Edelman, C. L. (2010). Health Promtion Thoroughout the Life Span (7 ed.). Mosby Elsevier. Retrieved October 1, 2012 Remember! When to wash hands? “Preschoolers remain sensitive to criticism by others. Parents, caregivers, and health care professionals should nurture their ideas, while encouraging behaviors to support a positive self-concept.” (Edelman, 2010, p. 491) http://dinkersblogs.blogspot.com/2012/03/dinkers-troll-contest-with-prize.html Let's learn how to wash our hands
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