Debunking the Myths About Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizer
Date:
October 16, 2019
Time:
2:30 PM ET
 
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Webinar Description

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Megan DiGiorgio M.S.N., R.N., CIC, FAPIC

Megan DiGiorgio has worked in infection prevention for almost 15 years. She received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in nursing from Case Western Reserve University of Cleveland, Ohio and worked in pediatric nursing until she transitioned to infection prevention. She has served as president and multiple other offices at her local Association of Professionals in Infection Control (APIC) chapter. In addition, she has presented posters and oral abstracts at national APIC conferences, and has been published in several infection prevention journals. Megan began working at GOJO in 2013. In her role, she helps counsel healthcare workers and healthcare facilities experiencing hand hygiene and skin health difficulties. She became a fellow of APIC (FAPIC) in 2016.
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Who Should Attend
  • Anyone who is responsible for and/or performs hand hygiene in a healthcare setting

 

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Debunking the Myths About Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizer
Date:
October 16, 2019
Time:
2:30 PM ET






Date:
October 16, 2019
Time:
2:30 PM ET
The Details
Alcohol-based hand rubs (ABHRs) are the gold standard for performing hand hygiene. This presentation debunks the most common hand hygiene myths and will help attendees address them when they arise in their facilities.
What You'll Learn
  • Recall key hand hygiene recommendations
  • Describe and debunk common hand hygiene myths
  • Summarize how these myths can lead to unhealthy hand hygiene behaviors
  • Learn where to find key and accurate information
  • One continuing education credit provided by GOJO
 
Who is Speaking?
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Megan DiGiorgio M.S.N., R.N., CIC, FAPIC
Megan DiGiorgio has worked in infection prevention for almost 15 years. She received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in nursing from Case Western Reserve University of Cleveland, Ohio and worked in pediatric nursing until she transitioned to infection prevention. She has served as president and multiple other offices at her local Association of Professionals in Infection Control (APIC) chapter. In addition, she has presented posters and oral abstracts at national APIC conferences, and has been published in several infection prevention journals. Megan began working at GOJO in 2013. In her role, she helps counsel healthcare workers and healthcare facilities experiencing hand hygiene and skin health difficulties. She became a fellow of APIC (FAPIC) in 2016.
Who Should Join?
  • Anyone who is responsible for and/or performs hand hygiene in a healthcare setting

 
 
Webinar Description

About the Speaker
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Megan DiGiorgio M.S.N., R.N., CIC, FAPIC
Megan DiGiorgio has worked in infection prevention for almost 15 years. She received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in nursing from Case Western Reserve University of Cleveland, Ohio and worked in pediatric nursing until she transitioned to infection prevention. She has served as president and multiple other offices at her local Association of Professionals in Infection Control (APIC) chapter. In addition, she has presented posters and oral abstracts at national APIC conferences, and has been published in several infection prevention journals. Megan began working at GOJO in 2013. In her role, she helps counsel healthcare workers and healthcare facilities experiencing hand hygiene and skin health difficulties. She became a fellow of APIC (FAPIC) in 2016.

Who Should Attend
  • Anyone who is responsible for and/or performs hand hygiene in a healthcare setting

 
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