Record hand-hygiene observations more efficiently!
Failure to perform proper hand hygiene is one of the leading preventable causes of healthcare-associated infections. iScrub Lite is an application for healthcare professionals who wish to monitor hand-hygiene compliance without the time-consuming and error-prone use of clipboards and transcription. Use iScrub Lite to record observations annotated with time, location and job role. Transferring data from iScrub Lite is as easy as clicking "Email Observations".
* an intuitive interface that allows observers to quickly capture information about hand-hygiene opportunities.
* iScrub Lite is customizable. You can edit the default lists of locations, job types, and observation notes to suit your institution's needs.
* defaults to recording In Room / Out of Room opportunities, but also has a setting to enable observing the World Health Organization's 5 Moments of Hand Hygiene.
* knows what personal protective equipment is necessary for contact, droplet, and airborne isolation conditions.
* keeps a copy of the last 5 sets of observation data and can resend the corresponding emails.
* exports a spreadsheet compatible with popular spreadsheet applications (e.g., Microsoft Excel, Apple Numbers, or OpenOffice.org Calc) whether you are on a Mac or PC.
If you saw the iScrub poster at the SHEA / IDSA / APIC Fifth Decennial International Conference on Healthcare-Associated Infections, what you saw was iScrub Pro. iScrub Pro is currently in pilot deployment. We will soon be expanding our pilot program. If your institution is interested, please send us an email or use the form within iScrub Lite to make inquiries.
We're always looking to improve our application. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any specific requirements that your institution would find useful.
iScrub is brought to you by The Computational Epidemiology group at the University of Iowa. For more information, see http://compepi.cs.uiowa.edu/
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