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Teaching nurses the importance of microbiology for infection control.

VOL: 100, ISSUE: 36, PAGE NO: 56Ann Shuttleworth, BA, is a freelance health care journalistYet while the science of microbiology advances, it often seems as if fundamental infection control battles are being lost. This article discusses whether better knowledge of microbiology would help nurses to practise more effective infection control.

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