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    Are we fist-bumping our way to fewer infections?

    Published on September 1, 2014 By Marlene Stetson, RN, CIC, infection control coordinator, Mount Nittany Medical Center

    Many people think you can learn a lot about someone by their handshake. As an infection control and prevention coordinator, to me a handshake means germs. So much to my amusement, the American Journal of Infection Control recently published a report offering a more hygienic way to shake someone’s hand: the fist bump. Now I know what you’re thinking: you wouldn’t be caught dead offering up a fist bump the next time you’re meting with someone important. But let’s look at the report’s findings, because frankly, you might be more inclined to reintroduce the a...

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