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Winchester Hospital B2 Infection Prevention Team. Pam Linzer RN Karen Peters RN Karen Pimental RN David Gullbrand RN Chris Baskarakumar RN Erin Studley RN Executive Sponsor: Dr. Rick Iseke.

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Winchester Hospital B2 Infection Prevention Team

Pam Linzer RN

Karen Peters RN

Karen Pimental RN

David Gullbrand RN

Chris Baskarakumar RNErin Studley RN

Executive Sponsor: Dr. Rick Iseke


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Aim – Reduce hospital acquired multidrug resistant organisms on one unit in three phases over one year.

  • Front Line Workers- only way it was successful!

  • Discover and Action Dialogues

    • More Alcohol Based Sanitizers- Wipes

    • Identified patient and visitor teaching as necessity.

  • Change of Shift Huddles to educate and communicate

  • Encouraged non-punitive culture to “catch and remind” each other. Be proud we are the Infectious Disease Unit.


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Phase 1: organisms on one unit in three phases over one year.Hand Hygiene Compliance and Infection Rate


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Leadership Engagement organisms on one unit in three phases over one year.

  • Imperative to have leadership engagement.

    • Let us use his office for conference calls.

    • Staff RN’s wanted to know if he was coming

    • Press . . .and more press . . .

    • Accolades …. and more accolades . . .

      • Our Newsletter- nursing and hospital-wide

      • Board of Directors

      • Medical Executive Committee


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Lessons Learned organisms on one unit in three phases over one year.

  • Found surprise positive deviants- a CA on evenings helped with most of the audits and learning conversations on her shift.

    • Would include more disciplines next time.

  • Need to touch base regularly even if to huddle and make to do lists to keep forward momentum.

    • Would do action plans from the beginning.

  • “Real work and progress” takes place during work time- not meeting time.

    • Huddles work the best.

      AND

  • HAND HYGIENE IS # 1


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