The "hospital epidemiologist" in U.S. hospitals, 1976-1977: a description of the head of the infection surveillance and control program. Report from the SENIC project.

As part of the first two phases of the SENIC Project (Study on the Efficacy of Nosocomial Infection Control), information was collected from the heads of the infection surveillance and control programs (ISCPs) in U.S. hospitals. The data were analyzed to describe these respondents and to determine whether differences among them were related to their areas… CONTINUE READING