Weekly poll: Hepatitis B protection for healthcare workers
OSHA Healthcare Connection, May 22, 2012
Of the workers in your healthcare facility with reasonably anticipated risk for exposures to blood or infectious body fluids, what percentage do you estimate meet the ACIP recommendations for Hepatitis B vaccination and postvaccination testing? Take the OSHA Healthcare Advisor Weekly Poll and let us know.
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