Top 10 infection control stories, April 4-8

Patient experience awards from Healthgrades, a hepatitis C outbreak in Utah linked to a former nurse and a new strategy to boost hand hygiene compliance captured the attention of readers last week.

The following are the 10 most-read infection control and clinical quality articles from Becker's Infection Control & Clinical Quality for the week of April 4, starting with the most popular.

1. Healthgrades names 2016 patient experience award recipients: 8 things to know

2. CDC worker possibly infected with laboratory-acquired Salmonella

3. Nurse at NC hospital accused of assaulting 91-year-old dementia patient

4. Hepatitis C outbreak in Utah linked to former nurse

5. 260 former Washington hospital patients warned of possible HIV, hepatitis exposure

6. Infographic: Where in the US have Zika cases been reported [April 1 update]

7. Hand hygiene-related screen savers may boost compliance: 5 study findings

8. NC nurse denies patient assault charges

9. Lab-confirmed flu cases begin to fall but overall rates remain elevated

10. CDC hosts national Zika summit in Atlanta

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