Searching for an Infection Control Blueprint

Hospital human resources professionals across the nation are expected to play a role in determining effective staffing levels to identify and reduce healthcare-associated infections.

1 comments on "Searching for an Infection Control Blueprint"
Clifford Williams (10/6/2012 at 10:52 PM)

I think the configuration of your facility has a lot to do with infection control. It does not pay to mix MRSA patients with the not infected population. I once read about an orthopedic hospital in England that would not let MRSA through the door. Patients should be separated if they have serious infections. No amount of infection control staff, staff training, or personal protective equipment can defeat patients sharing hand rails, bathrooms, food, and other items around the hospital ward.


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