We asked GOOD readers for ideas about how best to get doctors and nurses to regularly wash their hands. See the winning entry inside.
Last month we asked the GOOD community to come up with a better way to remind doctors and nurses to wash their hands. Health professionals are woefully forgetful when it comes to scrubbing up before working with patients, and their absentmindedness can lead to deadly infections for patients.
After combing through the many, many entries, we've decided to name Taylor Baldry the winner. Baldry gave us six solutions to choose from, each of which was inventive and wonderfully sketched. You can also see more of Taylor's work on his blog, Project Centaur.
Congratulations, Taylor! You win a GOOD T-shirt and a yearlong subscription to our print magazine.
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