Clean Hospitals engage in activities focused on:

Increasing the scientific, evidence-based literature in the field (via publications in peer-reviewed journals, research projects, etc.)

Addressing common challenges and misconceptions in the field

Developing and organizing trainings and tools for improvement

Supporting information sharing/communication activities that impact groups stakeholders and/or key geographical areas

Supporting improved infrastructures for hospital cleaning

Analysis of existing guidelines, identify issues and make recommendations that are aligned with the current literature and best practice

Investigating the health economics impact of adequate environmental hygiene maintenance

Developing evidence-based recommendations for hospital environmental hygiene maintenance with focus on efficiency, effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, and environmental considerations

Arranging the meetings necessary in order to plan, conduct and coordinate the above activities

Developing tools for healthcare facility self-assessment