Published in AIDS Weekly, July 9th, 2007
Authors of the report — appearing in the June 28 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine — say most residents in the survey falsely believe that reporting and getting timely medical attention won’t prevent infection. Residents also say reporting takes “too much time” and interrupts their work.
“The fact that we have so many residents who fail to understand the importance of timely reporting of needle-stick exposures in order...
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