A review of the evidence for suboptimal compliance of healthcare practitioners to standard/universal infection control precautions.

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AIMS The review examines from international research: the extent to which practitioners comply with infection control precautions; the pertinent issues that are considered influential in compliance; what strategies have been evaluated to instigate positive behaviour changes amongst practitioners and the effect of these interventions. BACKGROUND… (More)

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@article{Gammon2008ARO, title={A review of the evidence for suboptimal compliance of healthcare practitioners to standard/universal infection control precautions.}, author={John Gammon and Heulwen Morgan-Samuel and Dinah Gould}, journal={Journal of clinical nursing}, year={2008}, volume={17 2}, pages={157-67} }