10 top patient safety, infection control stories in November

The ongoing mold issues at Seattle Children's Hospital captured readers' attention the most in November.

Here are the 10 most-read stories from Becker's Clinical Leadership & Infection Control for the month, beginning with the most popular:

1. 'Simply put, we failed': Seattle Children's CEO discloses 6 patient deaths linked to mold

2. New York hospital suspends nurses for declining flu shots

3. Seattle Children's knew of mold issues last year, emails reveal

4. Serious deficiencies uncovered at MD Anderson Cancer Center, CMS report reveals

5. Leapfrog unveils fall 2019 safety grades: 5 things to know

6. Nike designs new shoe for medical professionals

7. Geisinger detects source of NICU infections that killed 3 infants

8. MD Anderson says patient CMS reported dead is still alive

9. 1,100+ patients potentially exposed to HIV, hepatitis at Indiana hospital

10. Flu activity continues to rise, CDC finds

More articles on clinical leadership & infection control:

1,800 CT scans went unread at Walter Reed since 2011
New Jersey hospital performs kidney transplant on wrong patient
Consistent hospitalist care linked to better patient outcomes, study finds

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