HSI in the News
“Surface Disinfection Incompatibility Does Not Support Effective Cleaning and Disinfection,” Infection Control Today, May 2022, Author: Linda Lybert and Sharon Ward-Fore
“What Lurks Beneath: The hidden dangers of surface disinfection incompatibility,” Canadian Healthcare Facilities Magazine, March 2022, Author: Linda Lybert
“It’s time to pay attention to the dangers of surface-based microbes,” Medhealth Outlook, February 2022, Author: Linda Lybert
Episode 31: Linda Lybert, Founder and Executive Director of the Healthcare Surfaces Institute, Healthcare Interior Design 2.0 Podcast hosted by Cheryl Janis, March 2020
“Healthcare Surfaces Institute (HSI) Annual Meeting - COVID-19!,” San Diego University News Center, March 2020, Author: Caroline Etland
“The Dirty Truth about Medical Disinfection Practices,” Plastics Today, February 2020, Author: Norbert Sparrow
“Applying the Hierarchy of Controls to the Seven Aspects of Surface Selection™,” Healthcare Hygiene Magazine, October 2019, Author: Linda Lybert and Amber Hogan Mitchell
The Secret Language of Healthcare: How To Ask For The Care You Deserve, 2019, Author: Robin Shapiro, Contributors: Linda Lybert and Mary Millard
“Unprecedented Collaboration to Eliminate Infection and Illness Caused by Contaminated Surfaces in Healthcare Environments,” Infection Control Today, September 2018, Authors: Matthew Hardwick, PhD; Debra Harris, PhD; Linda Lybert; and Amber Mitchell, DrPH, MPH, CPH
“Design’s impact on infection prevention,” ASHE Health Facilities Management, July 2017, Author: Jamie Morgan
“Porous and nonporous hard surfaces,” ASHE Health Facilities Management, July 2016, Author: Linda Lybert
“Seven aspects of surface selection,” ASHE Health Facilities Management, July 2016, Author: Linda Lybert
“Healthcare Surfaces Summit: A Cutting-Edge Collaboration,” Infection Control Today, January 2016, Author: Linda Lybert
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