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  1. Dols, Jean Dowling PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE
  2. White, Sondra K. MSN, RN-BC, ACNS-BC, CEN
  3. Timmons, Amy L. BSN, RN-BC
  4. Bush, Michelle MSN, CNL, RN
  5. Tripp, Joanne RN
  6. Childers, Amanda Kay BSN, RN
  7. Mathers, Nicholas BSN, RN
  8. Tobias, Maria M. RN


A unique approach to disseminate an evidence-based protocol for urinary catheter management was led by a staff-driven catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI) reduction team in one hospital. The nurseeducators, faculty from a local university, and the facility's clinical nurse leader mentored the team. As an approachto reduce CAUTIs in the transplant care and intensive care units, the team developed an interdisciplinary CAUTIEducation Fair, which provided a safe, nonthreateningenvironment to unlearn prior behaviors and showcompetency in new evidence-based ones.