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Table 1 Characteristics of participating wards

From: Intervening with healthcare workers’ hand hygiene compliance, knowledge, and perception in a limited-resource hospital in Indonesia: a randomized controlled trial study

Dept. Type of ward involved Facilities Number of patients per room Ratio nurse: patients Type of intervention
IM General ward: 4 rooms Class Ia (1 room) 1 1:5 Active presentations and role model training
Class IIb (1 room) 7–8 1:8
Class IIIc (2 rooms) 30 1:8
SUR Acute surgery unit: 1 room Class IIIc 30 1:4 Active presentations
General ward: 1 room Class IIb 7–8 1:6
OBG General ward: 2 rooms Class IIIc 30 1:5 No intervention (control group)
PED High care unit: 1 room Class IIb 14 1:2 Role model training
Neonatology ward: 6 rooms Class IIb 7 1:5
  1. Abbreviations: Dept. Department, IM internal medicine, SUR surgery, OBG obstetrics-gynecology, PED pediatrics
  2. aPatients have to share the bathroom with another patient; bpatients share a bathroom together; conly one bathroom per room