Factors impacting compliance with standard precautions in nursing, China.

  title={Factors impacting compliance with standard precautions in nursing, China.},
  author={Yang Luo and Guo-ping He and Jijan-Wei Zhou and Ying Luo},
  journal={International journal of infectious diseases : IJID : official publication of the International Society for Infectious Diseases},
  volume={14 12},
OBJECTIVES To evaluate registered nurse compliance with standard precautions and to analyze the factors that affect compliance. METHODS Study data were collected over a 3-month period from June to September 2007. The survey research method was used. A total of 1500 randomly sampled registered nurses from 18 hospitals in Hunan, China completed self-report questionnaires. RESULTS Of the 1500 nurses included in the study, 1444 returned valid self-report questionnaires. Compliance with standard… CONTINUE READING

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