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Healthcare-Associated Infections - HAI WATCHDOG Community

  • Published: 2010-09-30 (Rev. 2011-03-18) - Contact: Kimberly-Clark
  • Synopsis: The HAI WATCHDOG Community is a place online where healthcare providers can discuss best practices for defeating HAIs.

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Kimberly-Clark's efforts to lead the fight against Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs) has resulted in an new online program - the HAI WATCHDOG Community.

The HAI WATCHDOG Community is a place online where healthcare providers can discuss best practices for defeating HAIs.

The goal is to help eliminate these often preventable infections through discussion and education.

Because the HAI issue is so important to every healthcare facility, the goal of these awards is to publicize HAI prevention initiatives on haiwatchdog.com, allowing healthcare providers to share and learn from each other.

The HAI WATCHDOG Community allows members to start discussions, post photos, videos and even enter the 2010 HAI WATCHDOG Awards.

Entering the awards program not only allows healthcare providers to share and learn from each other, but also gives contest participants the opportunity to be rewarded for their efforts with an educational grant.

Join the community of healthcare professionals concerned with preventing Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs), which at any given moment seriously affect 1.4 million hospitalized patients worldwide.

Join the HAI WATCHDOG Community at www.haiwatchdog.com

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