SHEA President Blogs About Behavior Change in Healthcare to Break Old Habits, Prevent HAIs


Today on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)s Safe Healthcare Blog, SHEA president Jan Patterson, MD, MS, discusses the importance of breaking old habits that contribute to healthcare-associated infections. She emphasizes that, although change is never easy, the entire medical community -- from the C-Suite to the front line -- must come together to correct specific practices that allow healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) to impact the quality and safety of patient care.

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