Cover: From Innovation to Infection Prevention

From Innovation to Infection Prevention

Published in: American Journal of Infection Control, v. 44, no. 4, Commentary, 1 Apr. 2016, p. 477-479

Posted on Oct 18, 2016

by Lillian S. Kao, Eric J. Thomas, Jason Michel Etchegaray

This article summarizes a study funded by the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology to identify contextual factors and facilitation strategies associated with successful infection prevention and to develop ways to disseminate and implement these strategies.

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