Studies & Collaborations
Tork is a proud member of WHO's POPS initiative
POPS (Private Organisations for Patient safety) was established by WHO in 2012 as an industry collaboration to advance improvements around safer healthcare globally. Members of POPS work collaboratively to minimise healthcare associated infections (HAIs) and save patients’ lives around the world, by improving the uptake of WHO recommendations and increasing usage of hand sanitisers in healthcare facilities. Tork has been a proud member of POPS since 2015, and we are dedicated to contributing to safer healthcare around the world.
Read more about POPS projects and key results on WHO.int
80% of healthcare workers want better hand hygiene training
In a new survey of more than 1,000 nurses and physicians, 6 in 10 would like hand hygiene to be given higher priority in their ward, and as many as 8 in 10 said they would like to receive better hand hygiene training.*
Explore survey results
*Tork Survey, 2019
Julian Guest et. al. 2019
Costs and consequences of reducing healthcare-associated infections by improving hand hygiene
A recent study shows the consequences of introducing an electronic monitoring system for hand hygiene in an average hospital in England, indicates that improved hand hygiene practices can be cost-effective and deliver improved efficiency and
quality of care.
Tork empowers you with the products, tools and knowledge to be ready for maximum hand hygiene compliance.
Julian Guest et. al. 2020
Annual costs and outcomes attributable to healthcare-associated infections in NHS
A recent study published in BMJ Open models the burden of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) to the National Health Service (NHS) in England in terms of cost, resource utilisation and patient consequences.
Tork offers a flexible range of solutions that can be easily implemented in strategic and critical healthcare locations. We encourage and help you to keep hand hygiene in line of sight and top of mind.