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Improving Hand Hygiene Compliance with Point-of-Use Reminder Signs Designed Using Theoretically Grounded Messages

  • Heather Schacht Reisinger (a1) (a2), Eli N. Perencevich (a1) (a2), Daniel J. Morgan (a3) (a4), Graeme N. Forrest (a5), Michelle Shardell (a4), Marin L. Schweizer (a1) (a2), Margaret M. Graham (a1), Carrie L. Franciscus (a1) and Mark W. Vander Weg (a1) (a2)...

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Improving Hand Hygiene Compliance with Point-of-Use Reminder Signs Designed Using Theoretically Grounded Messages

  • Heather Schacht Reisinger (a1) (a2), Eli N. Perencevich (a1) (a2), Daniel J. Morgan (a3) (a4), Graeme N. Forrest (a5), Michelle Shardell (a4), Marin L. Schweizer (a1) (a2), Margaret M. Graham (a1), Carrie L. Franciscus (a1) and Mark W. Vander Weg (a1) (a2)...

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