CDC Drafts Infection Control Guidelines for HCWs

14:00 EST 14 Nov 2018 | Relias Media

The CDC has issued draft guidelines for preventing infections in healthcare workers, urging collaboration between infection preventionists and employee health professionals. The guidelines, which are open for comment through Dec. 14, recommend that occupational health services engage administration and other departments in infection prevention activities.

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