Kimberly-Clark website on healthcare-associated infections

Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are a global crisis.

Recognising the rapid growth in cases of infection like MRSA and ventilator-associated pneumonia being picked up in hospitals, Kimberly-Clark Healthcare has put together a useful website with a range of information and resources, including links to a wide range of organisations around the world, including the UK, concerned with healthcare infection-related matters.

Called “Not on My Watch” the website aims to educate patients and healthcare professionals. Kimberly-Clark’s goal is to eliminate these preventable illnesses and their often tragic consequences.

Click here to go to Kimberly-Clark’s “Not on My Watch” website.

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