Did facilities do enough to protect staff from H1N1?

October 2009
Same-Day Surgery;Oct2009, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p101
Academic Journal
The article investigates the compliance of health care facilities in their responsibilities in providing appropriate protective equipment (PPE), training and communication to ensure the safety of employees in the U.S.


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