Hand Dermatitis in the Care and Hospital Staff

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Study of the prevalence and risk factors of occupational dermatitis in the hands of caregivers and hospital staff of the Brest CHRU.


Monocentric cross-sectional descriptive study by anonymous self-questionnaire designed to evaluate among caregivers and agents hospitals of the CHRU de Brest:

- the prevalence of occupational hands dermatitis

- the risk factors for hands dermatitis

- the clinical description of the hands dermatitis

- the rates of dermatitis according to hand hygiene practices (soap, hydro-alcoholic solution, associations of the two, wearing gloves ...)

- the changes in the hygiene practices of caregivers and hospital staff of the University Hospital caused by hand dermatitis.

- the professional and socio-economic impact of these hands dermatitis

- the evaluation of the use of care for these hands dermatitis.

- the assessment of the association of hand dermatitis with a personal or family atopic history.

Study Design


Hand Dermatoses


CHRU Brest




University Hospital, Brest

Results (where available)

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