Catheterization is one of the most important medical processes. Catheterization is used to help patients who experience difficulties in normal body processes like urination. Urinary tract catheterization is one of the most common medical procedures (Kitchen, 2006). However, urinary catheterization has been associated with an increased risk of catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CAUTIs), which can cause major complications for the patients. According to Jaqqi and Sodia (2012) educating nurses and physicians about the components of sample collection, diagnosis and urinary catheter checklist is likely to reduce incidences of CAUTIs by moiré than half. This intervention targets nursing and patients at Northwest Community Hospital to reduce the rate of CAUTIs through education and improved application of the recommended procedures. One of the theories that can be used to explain this project is Faye Glenn Abdullah’s theory.