Julie Jorden

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The very personal patient care provided by home care aides necessitates that they come into contact with patients' body fluids and secretions--a very real, although not always visible, source of infection and communicable disease. Therefore, educating HCAs about infection control and principles of universal precautions will maximize employee safety and(More)
  • Julie Jorden
  • Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great…
  • 2005
I would like to comment on Stephen Wright's article about spiritual authority figures (perspectives December 8). I was a little bemused. Surely, if we took this approach to increasing our knowledge in nursing then the future of the profession would be at risk? Yes, were flect, we search, we interpret, we grow, but there remain absolutes in nursing and, dare(More)
With the rampant increase in patients with communicable diseases, including AIDS and Hepatitis B, a sound infection control program is vital. Focusing on the needs of administrators in community healthcare agencies such as home health agencies, long-term care facilities, and public health departments, the authors discuss infection control concepts and the(More)
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