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WATCHDOG awards recognize champions in the fight against HAIs

June 05, 2012
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ROSWELL, GA — Kimberly-Clark Health Care has announced the recipients of the second annual HAI WATCHDOG Awards created to recognize the efforts of dedicated healthcare professionals working together to prevent healthcare-associated infections (HAIs), according to a press release.

The awards program, an initiative of the HAI WATCHDOG Community, facilitates the sharing of best practices among clinicians and recognizes four exceptional participants with an educational grant, the release stated.

"This year, we expanded the reach and recognition of the WATCHDOG Awards by creating independent awards programs in the U.K., Australia and New Zealand and, once again, the response and quality of submissions exceeded our expectations," said Joanne Bauer, president of Kimberly-Clark Health Care.

"The entries address a variety of issues that healthcare facilities encounter, and we hope that by sharing these proven best practices on, healthcare providers feel empowered to share and learn from each other and continue to challenge themselves to strive for and maintain the highest levels of infection control," Bauer added.

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