Online approaches

Prof. Brett Mitchell1,2, Dr Phillip  Russo1,2,3, Dr Jonathan  Otter4, Mr Martin  Kiernan5, Mr Landon  Aveling1 1Avondale College Of Higher Education, Wahroonga, Australia, 2Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia, 3Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 4National Institute for Health Research Health Protection Research Unit, ...
  • July 31, 2017
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Mrs Kaye Bellis1, Ms Pauline  Bass1, Ms Victoria Eagger1 1Alfred Health, Melbourne, Australia   Background Successful Hand Hygiene (HH) programs must connect with and educate all staff. The challenge with long-standing programs is to keep them alive and engaging. Method...
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Mrs Ji Park1, Dr Holly Seale1 1University Of New South Wales, Randwick, Australia Background: Provision of information plays a critical role in supporting patients to be engaged or empowered to be involved with infection prevention measures in hospitals. This explorative...
  • July 31, 2017
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Mrs Kathryn Lim1, Dr Holly Seale1 1University Of New South Wales, Randwick, Australia   Introduction: As a communications strategy, education-entertainment has been utilised to inform, influence and shift societal and individual behaviours around reproductive health, family planning, and HIV prevention....
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