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This is a discussion on Needlestick Safety Advocacy, Safe in Common in Nursing Activism / Healthcare Politics, part of General Nursing ... 5.6 million US healthcare personnel are at risk of life-threatening diseases via needlestick...by Nancy Purcell-Holmes Apr 27, '125.6 million US healthcare personnel are at risk of life-threatening diseases via needlestick injuries and other occupational exposures despite the passage of the 2000 Federal Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act. Take the pledge www.safeincommon.org/pledge and be a part of history in helping to create a workplace environment that is free from the risk of needlestick injury. www.safeincommon.org
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- Apr 28, '12 by nurse8403i think my hospital makes needlestick avoidance a to priority. i have been a medic for 24 years and a nurse for 12 only got stuck twice and those were in active duty while in flight and during combat action. but i think about it every day i work. thanks.