Paediatric Emergency Department Staff Perceptions of Infection Control Measures Against Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
Parker, M.J., and Goldman, R.D. (2006). Paediatric Emergency Department Staff Perceptions of Infection Control Measures Against Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. Emergency Medicine Journal. 23(5):349-53.
Pediatric emergency department staff completed a questionnaire to assess their perceptions of infection control measures against SARS. The authors found that perception of an agent as a significant public health threat improved compliance with infection control measures. Perception of effectiveness of infection control measures did not improve compliance.
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