Staff & patient safety

What impact does a bloodborne virus have?

By: Mölnlycke Health Care, November 14 2014Posted in: Staff & patient safety

Nurse Consultant Jane Aston worked as an occupational health nurse for about 15 years before joining Mölnlycke Health Care. In this interview she talks about the EU Sharps Directive and shares her experiences with needlestick and sharps injuries. What impact does a bloodborne virus have?

 
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