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The most common complication of central venous access device (CVAD) use is infection, which occurs in 3 to 48% of hospitalized patients. It is recommended that regular surveillance of adverse events with CVADs be conducted, expressed as a proportion of 1000 device days and reviewed and acted upon by the institution's infection control committee. In the(More)
This paper describes our attempt to develop a pedagogical practice informed by the concepts of complexity applied to education. The context of our study was the science methods course within an elementary teacher education program. The practice, described here, has overlapped instruction and assignment; teaching and learning; science and the arts; formal(More)
New advances in the diagnosis and treatment of HIV infection continue to propel changes in public understanding of HIV infection and the administration of public health law. Over the past decade, New York State has moved from a policy of blind newborn screening for seroprevalence data to mandatory HIV testing as part of the statewide Newborn Screening (NBS)(More)
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