Our ability to communicate to one and another is an essential part of being human, and a lack of comprehension in communication can have detrimental effects.

In order to protect both healthcare personnel and patients, personal protective equipment (PPE) is being utilized. With the mouth being completely covered, safety glasses covering eyebrows, face shields further muffling sound, and in addition to the noisy working environments, both patients and employees are experiencing great difficulty when communicating with each other. This white paper will examine the ways in which we communicate, how sound is impacted by PPE and how we can reduce these issues while remaining protected.

Read the full white paper here.