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Nurses Report Cleanliness Problems

Posted by Frank Spector | Aug 26, 2009 | 0 Comments

An alarming number of nurses say hospitals are not as safe or sanitary as they should be, a new survey by Consumer Reports' has concluded. Among the survey's findings: about 28 percent of nurses saw problems with hospital cleanliness; about 38 percent of nurses report problems with patient care; and about 26 percent of nurses said hospital staff members sometime did not wash their hands. Consumer Reports Insights, The Washington Post 08/25/2009

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