Spotlight interview with Michael Diamond, Co-founder & Executive Director of The Infection Prevention Strategy (TIPS) During International Infection prevention week we met Michael Diamond, the Co-founder & Executive Director of TIPS. Michael has a vast background in infection prevention innovation and practices. The conversation we had had a simple, yet important value – to learn […]
Drug Resistance, Hand Hygiene against Antimicrobial Drugs Microbes including bacteria and viruses can adapt to resist different germ-killing drugs. The effectiveness of antibiotics, antivirals, and anti-parasitic drugs is now being increasingly challenged due to the development of drug-resistant organisms. This is expected to render several common microbial infections potentially untreatable. It is being speculated that […]
Soapy is Celebrating the Global Handwashing Day We are happy to celebrate Global Handwashing day with so many new customers, partners, and users from all around the world! Hand Hygiene isn’t a privilege it is a basic human right! Technology isn’t a privilege it’s a tool. Health is not a privilege t’s a must! The […]
Thanks to modern medicine, thanks to antibiotics, vaccination, hand hygiene, immune treatment, and target drug delivery our life span constantly grows. Some modest predictions say that people that are burning today are probably going to live 120-150 years. All of that is an auspicious and positive view of the future – which is exciting! HOWEVER, […]
The Israeli Embassy in Italy has decided to donate 2 Soapy CleanMachines to San-Paolo hospital in Savona, as a way to help the district that is coping with serious Covid-19 associated illnesses.
During the past few years, the future has been racing toward us faster than ever, with innovative ideas changing how we interact with our environment. Just a few decades ago the idea of smartphones, smart cars, and an electronic social network that connects us all seemed like sci-fi.
We asked a pediatric allergy-immunology specialist all the burning questions! Click to read what he had to say
Hospitals and healthcare facilities need to help raise hand hygiene standards. Here are some of the difficulties they are faced.
Employees who suffer from job burnout have a higher chance of becoming apathetic to many workplace protocols, including hand hygiene protocols.
The WHO designed the “5 moments for handwashing” in an effort to diminish the risk of infection inside the healthcare system.