Thanee Eiamsitrakoon's research while affiliated with Thammasat University and other places

Publications (3)

Article
Objective: To evaluate behavioral-based interventions to improve hand hygiene (HH) among healthcare workers (HCWs) at a Thai tertiary care center. Methods: A quasi-experimental study was performed in 6 intensive care units with computer-generated allocation. Baseline demographic characteristics, self-reported stage of HH behavioral commitment, a...
Article
Background: In 2009, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended "My Five Moments for Hand Hygiene" (5MHH) to optimize hand hygiene (HH). Uptake of these recommendations by healthcare workers (HCWs) remains uncertain. Methods: We prospectively observed HCW compliance to 5 MHH. After observations, eligible HCWs who consented to interviews com...
Conference Paper
Background: The World Health Organization (WHO) has introduced “My Five Moments for Hand Hygiene” (5MHH) as a recommended standard in 2009 to optimize hand hygiene (HH). To date, the uptake of these recommendations by healthcare workers’ (HCWs) remains uncertain. Methods: We prospectively observed HCWs’ compliance to 5MHH in various hospital unit...

Citations

... interventional workshops [71] and slide presentations [36 72]. In one study, the educational intervention was repeated every three months [55]. Fouad et al. [71] provided the most extensive educational intervention within this group of studies. ...
... The only studies we found in which a percentage scale was used for both observed and self-reported compliance found large overestimation for overall compliance in a Southeast Asian context (specifically, in Thailand: 82.4% vs. 23.2%) [19], while a recent study in three tertiary care hospitals in Germany found no overall overestimation (76.9% vs. 74.9%) [20]. ...