Study: Infection Preventionists Generally Agree on Evidence-Based Practices

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Infection preventionists generally agree on which infection prevention practices have strong and weak evidence, according to a study in the American Journal of Infection Control.

Researchers surveyed infection prevention workers at 478 U.S. hospitals on the perceived evidence for 28 of the most common hospital infection prevention practices.

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