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1 In home health care setting (P) do hand hygiene practices (I) compared to no hand hygiene practices (C), prevent transmission of infection (O) reduce the spread of Infections within 30 Days since the Start of the Project (T)? Angelica Garza GCU NRS 429 DR. Amy Foss June 27, 2021
2 In home health care setting (P) do hand hygiene practices (I) compared to no hand hygiene practices (C), prevent transmission of infection (O) reduce the spread of Infections within 30 Days since the Start of the Project (T)? Evidence-based solution A hand-washing project was formulated in response to the increased number of household-related infections. In the past few months, there has been an increased number of Covid-19 cases, common colds, and influenza. The target population for this project was 20 households, with an average of 4 people per family (Kramer, 2020). Consequently, a similar control population was established to compare the outcome of this project experiment. The target population was provided with hand washing sanitizers and soaps and encouraged to wash their hands severally after handling any contaminated materials (Damilare, 2020). Alternatively, the control population received no hand-washing materials as they were supposed to offer a comparison vantage for the control population. In home health care setting (P) do hand hygiene

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