• The 4 Principles of
    Hand Awareness

    1. Wash your hands when they
    are dirty and BEFORE eating
    2. DO NOT cough into your hands
    3. DO NOT sneeze into your hands
    4. Above all, DO NOT put your
    fingers into your eyes, nose
    or mouth

    Henry the Hand

    The 4 Principles fo Hand Awareness have been endorsed by the AMA and AAFP

    The CDC and Prevention say handwashing is the single most effective way to prevent the transmission of disease.


    We have set up this section to help you better navigate the web site for Tools and  information you may need to have the most successful Infection Prevention effort.

    Students are a very important part of making progress in social behavior changes that benefit society. Each level of training (high school, college or graduate school) has a different experience and skill set to contribute to the teaching or change process. Successful traction in the learning process involves a multi-sensory approach: kinesthetic, auditory, olfactory and visual. Students teaching students bring a more vibrant delivery of this significant life-changing message. “Staying well” by following the 4 Principles of Hand Awareness is one key to every student’s success. As it has been proven that a healthy student is a better learner. After all, no one wants to be sick ever again!

    Click on one of the links to the left which better categorizes you as a student.

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