Knowledge, Perceptions, and Self-reported Performance of Hand Hygiene Among Registered Nurses at Community-based Hospitals in the Republic of Korea: A Cross-sectional Multi-center Study

Título

Knowledge, Perceptions, and Self-reported Performance of Hand Hygiene Among Registered Nurses at Community-based Hospitals in the Republic of Korea: A Cross-sectional Multi-center Study

Autor

Hyang Soon Oh

Descripción

Objectives To assess the nurses’ hand hygiene (HH) knowledge, perception, attitude, and self-reported performance in small- and medium-sized hospitals after Middle East Respiratory Syndrome outbreak. Methods The structured questionnaire was adapted from the World Health Organization’s survey. Data were collected between June 26 and July 14, 2017. Results Nurses showed scores on knowledge (17.6±2.5), perception (69.3±0.8), self-reported HH performance of non-self (86.0±11.0), self-reported performance of self (88.2±11.0), and attitude (50.5±5.5). HH performance rate of non-self was Y1=36.678+ 0.555X1 (HH performance rate of self) (adjusted R2=0.280, p

Fecha

2018

Materia

Hand Hygiene, health-care-associated infection, Knowledge, nurse, perception, performance

Identificador

DOI: 10.3961/jpmph.17.188

Fuente

Journal of Preventive Medicine and Public Health

Editor

Korean Society for Preventive Medicine

Cobertura

Public aspects of medicine, Medicine

Idioma

EN

Archivos

https://socictopen.socict.org/files/to_import/pdfs/article 10.pdf

Colección

Citación

Hyang Soon Oh, “Knowledge, Perceptions, and Self-reported Performance of Hand Hygiene Among Registered Nurses at Community-based Hospitals in the Republic of Korea: A Cross-sectional Multi-center Study,” SOCICT Open, consulta 28 de septiembre de 2020, http://socictopen.socict.org/items/show/16.

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