Does your hospital have a problem with hospital acquired infection? Probably not as bad as ours did over the last few years. We were struck with a new strain of C difficile and the horrors of seeing that thing stalking the corridors probably inspired this somewhat over the top lesson on how to wash your hands. It was posted in nearly all the washrooms of the hospital except for the physician lounge bathroom.
Don't like the quality of the photo? Well you try to inconspicuously photograph a poster in a public washroom with lousy light and a cellphone camera. Even if it was clear you might still have trouble if you can't read french, so I'll take you through it.
1) Wet your hands
2) Add 3-5 ml of soap
3) Lather up your hands
4) Rub the dorsum of your left hand with the palm of your right
5) Rub palm to palm
6) Rub the external surface of the fingers with the opposite hand
Still want to go on? Don't forget the finale where they tell you which are the most neglected sites.
Somehow I don't think there is a single person, besides myself, who has gotten down to step 10. But I might be wrong because we have,in fact, got the C difficile thing under control.