Hand Hygiene Training

Proper hand hygiene is considered the single most important method of preventing and controlling infection in healthcare facilities. Based on WHO:s 5 moments for Hand Hygiene, our training solution enables you and your staff to train and improve on each of these critical moments – in virtual reality.

Improve your hand hygiene in virtual reality

Improve your hand hygiene in virtual reality
Tork VR Clean Hands Training and Education is a fun and interactive game, specifically designed to make hand hygiene training more engaging and inspiring than ever before. Take on the role of a nurse or physician, put on your VR-headset and get ready to start a new shift in the virtual ward. In a series of real life situations, you get to practice on each of WHO:s 5 moments for hand hygiene – using your own hands. Did you not comply with WHO:s guidelines the first time? Give it a new try, and you will soon have excellent hand hygiene standards – both in the virtual and real world.

Download the app

Tork VR training
All you need to get going is a smartphone, a VR headset, and the Tork VR Training app. The app is available via AppStore and Google Play.

Virtual reality for deeper learning

Virtual reality for deeper learning
Virtual reality not only makes training fun and engaging, it is also highly effective in driving behavioral change. According to research , people only remember 10% of what we read, 20% of what we hear and 30% of what we see. However, when doing or simulating an action, we remember as much as 90%.

Training based on latest research

Training based on latest research
Tork VR Training is based on WHO:s guidelines on hand hygiene in healthcare. To make it an effective tool for driving behavioral change and improving hand hygiene compliance, we have developed the game in close collaboration with University Hospitals, behavioral scientists and other experts.

Did you know?

Did you know?
  • 1 in 4 healthcare workers are unsure whether their hand hygiene lives up to guidelines.
  • 8 in 10 would like to receive better hand hygiene training.
  • Current training is considered too theoretical, boring and passive.
  • 1 in 2 want hand hygiene training to be based on facts and latest research.
  • Almost 1 in 5 say it’s very important that their training is interactive, fun and engaging.