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In The News August 2012
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Emergency Preparedness
Storm safety: Thunderstorm and lightning preparedness
Disaster resilience report identifies steps for improvement
Take the first steps for a hurricane plan
Environmental Health
Parasites may get nastier with climate swings: study
Hand Hygiene
Hospital installs cameras to boost hand hygiene in the ICU
Medical students unwilling to speak up to senior staff regarding poor hand hygiene practices

Infection Control in Dentistry
Do Bib Clips Pose a Cross-Contamination Risk at the Dental Clinic?
Infectious Diseases
MRSA strikes more hospital patients, study finds
Report looks at hospital in outbreak of hepatitis
About viral hepatitis
Flu activity widespread in parts of Southern Hemisphere
CDC warns about reemergence of swine flu In US
87 infants potentially exposed to TB at Toronto-area hospital
Severe West Nile cases rise
Colo. dental patient tests positive for hepatitis
Government says only 1 in 4 have HIV under control
New model of disease contagion ranks US airports in terms of their spreading influence
CDC: Whooping cough epidemic worst in 50 years
Meetings and Conferences
ADA Annual Session

FDI Annual World Dental Congress

2012 ISDS Annual Session

Maine Dental Association Annual Convention

Patient Safety
Summary of: Patient safety in dentistry - state of play as revealed by a national database of errors
GAO: More data needed on injection safety in ambulatory care settings
Healthcare-acquired infection rates tied to nurse burnout, researchers say
Researchers identify levels of bacterial contamination on hospital beds
Vaccines and Immunology
School starts soon—Is your child fully vaccinated?
Why lack of sleep may weaken vaccine effectiveness
Flu vaccine makers begin shipments for US market
Old whooping cough vaccine protected better than new
All UK kids to get AstraZeneca's nasal flu vaccine
Scientists hunting for an AIDS vaccine may be getting close




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