Healthcare-Associated Infections

The Department of Health & Human Services recently released its annual report on the quality of health care Americans receive. While there have been some improvements, hospitals still have work to do to put an end to the ongoing problem of Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs).

Caregivers and other healthcare professionals know steps need to be taken to protect patients from HAIs, but it will take strong leadership to make the changes necessary to reduce the likelihood of these life-threatening infections. To help achieve this goal, Kimberly-Clark Health Care launched “Not on My Watch” (, a website that provides tools and information to help facilities eliminate HAIs.

Please visit if you want to know more about this effort.

Survey: Cycling in Singapore by Zing Lim

From Zing Lim:
Hello! This is a survey about cycling in Singapore. Whether you already cycle, don’t cycle or cannot cycle, I’d like to hear from you. Iím trying to measure the latent demand for cycling as a form of transport.

Not many people here cycle for transport. Too hot? Roads unsafe? No bike? Just donít like cycling? And if we could change certain things, would you cycle for transport? Tell me and tell me why.

This survey is online and takes about 20 mins. Whether you like cycling or not, please share your honest opinion. And when youíre done, please pass the survey to your friends! Every response counts.

Here’s the link:

Many thanks,
Zing Lim