National Nurses Week kicked off on May 6 with National Nurses Day. Year after year, nurses are ranked the most-trusted profession in the U.S., and this year is no different. Many nurses make front-line impact at the bedside.
WASH, which stands for water, sanitation, and hygiene, are basic principles that are extremely impactful in reducing the burden of infectious diseases. In honor of World Hand Hygiene Day, we’ve teamed up with Lindsay Denny, MPH and Health Advisor at Global Water 2020, to talk about the importance and impact of WASH in the fight against infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance.
Tune into the webinar on April 28, 2021 to learn more about how PACCARB and groups like the IDSA are working to further the use of diagnostic tests and the role of infectious disease professionals to help stem the threat of antimicrobial resistance.