Infectious Disease Nursing Articles

Infectious Disease Nurses are Clinical nurse specialists focusing on infectious disease control work primarily in major health care facilities such as hospitals and nursing homes. In an effort to monitor and prevent the spread of drug-resistant infections, they serve as policy-makers, administrators, educators, consultants, researchers, and in other roles.

Infectious Disease Nursing
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Infectious Disease Nursing

Infectious Disease (ID) Nursing is the nursing care of the patient with infections. However, it goes far beyond that and encompasses multi-drug resistant organisms...

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Hepatitis C: More Widespread Than HIV And AIDS
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Hepatitis C: More Widespread Than HIV And AIDS

An insidious killer has attacked an estimated 170 million people globally and continues to lurk in the shadows. As a nurse, nursing student, other type of...

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