#7038
Francine
Member

Interesting concept on the interaction not occurring until you’ve interacted with your environment.

Consider this, entering a patient/resident/clients room is the interaction. I remember doing many hand hygiene audits for the “4 moments of hand hygiene” and I would look to make sure that anytime a person entered a patient/resident/clients room they were doing their hand hygiene prior to entering.

I’d love to hear more about your example and rationale.