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Scholar bringing ES role in infection prevention to the forefront

By Robin Daugherty / Special to Healthcare Facilities Today
May 2, 2015


Texas professor says the role of a facility’s environmental services team in infection control is an obvious but overlooked one in healthcare settings

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