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Sidestepping healthcare worker flu shot mandates

OSHA Healthcare Connection, March 6, 2012

Should vaccinations against influenza be mandatory for healthcare workers?

A debate is currently raging about whether the decision to get a flu shot should be made by a nurse, or by his or her employer. In Massachusetts, one in five employees at acute care hospitals declined to be vaccinated last fall.

Click here to read a thoughtful article from HealthLeaders Media weighing voluntary versus mandatory vaccinations.

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