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Literature Evaluation Table Student Name: Criteria Article 1 Article 2 Article 3 Article 4 Author, Journal (Peer- Reviewed), and Permalink or Working Link to Access Article Authors: Catherine Godfrey and Jeffrey T. Schouten Link- doi: 10.1097/QAI.00 0000000000003 4 Authors: Heather S. Reisinger et. Al Link: 16/j.ajic.2013.04.016 Authors: B. Allegranzi and H. Sax and D. Pittet Link: 10.1016/S0195 - 6701(13)60003 -1 Authors: Catherine Godfrey, Christie Villa, Liza Dawson, Susan Swindells, and Jeffrey T. Schouten, Link: doi: 10.1097/QAI.0b 013e3182845b9 5 Article Title and Year Published Article Title: Infection Control Best Practices in Clinical Research in Resource- Limited Settings Year Published: 2014 Article Title: Comprehensive survey of hand hygiene measurement and improvement practices in the Veterans Health Administration Year published: 2013 Article Title: Hand hygiene and healthcare system change within multi- modal promotion: a narrative review Year Published: 2013. Article Title: Controlling Health Care Associated Infections in the International Research Setting Year Published: 2014 Research Questions (Qualitative) /Hypothesis (Quantitativ e), and Purposes/Ai m of Study The purpose of the study is to describe best practices for infection control programs in acute care setting. The article aims to identify variability in hand hygiene practices. The article aims to discuss the need for system change in developing hand hygiene improvement intervention practices. The article aims to discuss ways of controlling infections acquired in healthcare facilities. Design (Type of Quantitative , or Type of Qualitative) Design: Descriptive and explanatory Design: Survey Descriptive and explanatory study Design: Survey Setting/Sam ple Sample: Infection control practitioners Sample: Veterans Health Administration Sample: Acute care setting Sample: Clinical research sites
Methods: Intervention /Instruments The study involved controlled trials that were selected at random. The national survey covered Measurement for hand hygiene compliance and improvement practices to ensure compliance. Method: feasibility and impact study.

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