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Knowledge of Future Medical Graduates- Is it Sufficient for Infection Control?

@inproceedings{Banerjee2019KnowledgeOF,
  title={Knowledge of Future Medical Graduates- Is it Sufficient for Infection Control?},
  author={Dr. Priyanka Banerjee and Dr. Pragyan Swagatika Panda and Dr. Anuradha Makkar and Mr. Sanjay Singh Kaira},
  year={2019}
}
Medical students are inducted into clinical practices at a very early stage of their curriculum, and become very susceptible to get infected and for accidental transfer of infections to the patients, coworkers and the environment. Their awareness regarding Infection Control Practices (ICP) has to be regularly assessed by continued teaching and training programs. The aim was to assess the awareness of undergraduate medical students about infection control practices and measures and re-emphasize… Expand

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