Personal, protective and cost-effective infection control: an overview for hospice facilities.

  • Kira West
  • Published 1998 in The American journal of hospice & palliative care

Abstract

This article has presented some tips for developing an exposure control/infection control program that is practical, protective and cost-effective. OSHA state that "employers may create the most protective and cost-effective programs possible." We do not jeopardize employee safety by using science to create a cost-effective program. In order for staff to… (More)

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@article{West1998PersonalPA, title={Personal, protective and cost-effective infection control: an overview for hospice facilities.}, author={Kira West}, journal={The American journal of hospice & palliative care}, year={1998}, volume={15 3}, pages={159-62} }