Top 10 infection control, patient safety stories in November

Insects found in the intensive care unit at a hospital in Detroit 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. Detroit hospital cited after insects found in ICU

2. Where are the 17 Leapfrog 'F' hospitals?

3. Consumer Reports urges USDA to name turkey brands in salmonella outbreak as Thanksgiving nears

4. Firing of St. Louis nurse for violating mandatory flu shot policy sparks protest

5. Care concerns emerge from Missouri's 'assistant physician' licensure program

6. New York hospital puts staff on leave during ER patient death investigation

7. Why hospitals should let nurses take outdoor breaks

8. 11th child dies in New Jersey adenovirus outbreak

9. Congo's Ebola outbreak may not be containable, CDC director says

10. North Carolina sees worst chickenpox outbreak in 20 years — at a school with high vaccine exemption rates

More articles on clinical leadership and infection control:

Congo's Ebola outbreak on track to become country's second largest
Ohio school to remove religious exemptions for vaccinations: 5 things to know
Joint Commission: 9 ways to prevent flu transmission in hospitals

 

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