Clinical Center News
April 2017

New screensavers promote hand hygiene

The new hand hygiene screensavers feature Clinical Center staff and leadership, including CEO Dr. James Gilman, demonstrating the importance of hand hygiene.

The screen savers are intended to remind staff, patients and visitors that thoroughly washing hands makes a difference in reducing the spread of disease. For information on when and how to clean hands, the importance of using soap and water and what to do if soap and running water are not available, visit the Centers for Disease Control website.

Clinical Center patient Kayla Mills demonstrates the proper hand hygiene routine inside her hospital room on one of the new screensavers added to the Clinical Center's computers in early April
Clinical Center patient Kayla Mills demonstrates the proper hand hygiene routine inside her hospital room on one of the new screensavers added to the Clinical Center's computers in early April.

screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center
Additional screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center.
screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center
Additional screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center.

screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center
Additional screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center.
screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center
Additional screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center.
screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center
Additional screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center.

screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center
Additional screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center.
screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center
Additional screen saver promoting hand hygiene in the NIH Clinical Center.
Stories
Dr. Peter Pronovost speaking about Working Toward High Reliability at the March 22 Grand Rounds
Dr. James Gilman (right), Dr. Thomas E. Price (middle) and NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins
photo of Dr. James Gilman, CEO of the NIH Clinical Center: I want to hear from you. Only you can make evolutions at NIH. Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, weeks of May 8 – June 19, 2017.
Barnum & Bailey Circus clowns and NIH Clinical Center patient
Dr. Francis Collins (left) and Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee (right)
Map of Syria
Yogesh Kalotra (left), Deborah Crawford (center) and Natalia Sampaio Moura volunteer with the NIH Clinical Center's Volunteer Program
Dr. James Gilman speaking to staff at a town hall on April 4
Clinical Center patient Kayla Mills demonstrating the proper hand hygiene routine inside her hospital room on one of the new screensavers added to the Clinical Center's computers in early April
Front view of the Clinical Center
a clinician and a patient with a family member